VERY RARE BOLBITIS DRAGON TAIL FERN

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(Information written by Aquarzon based on actual growing experience, observations and research. Please do not copy any information or photos) 

Portion Size : 1 plant with usually around 4-5 leaves
If the plant is taller, for example having a height around 15-20cm, it will usually have around 4 leaves
If the plant is shorter, for example having a height around 10-13cm, it will usually have around 5 leaves)



Growth Speed   : Slow
Difficulty Level   : Easy
Temperature      : 10-30°C
PH Range          : 5.0-8.0
Min. Light Needs: Low
Origin                 : Likely Asia

Bolbitis Dragon Tail is a very rare and unique fern which is very different from the usual common Bolbitis Heudelotti fern.

Based on Aquarzon's observations, its shape has some similarity to Bolbitis Heteroclita but one main difference is that this plant grows much taller. It can grow 25cm+ and this makes it an ideal plant to become a centrepiece feature plant of an aquarium aquascape.

We also observed that, unlike the usual common Bolbitis Heudelotti fern, this Bolbitis Dragon Tail can also grow babies much more easily. They can grow babies from almost everywhere including at the tip of their leaves and brown areas.

It is very normal for this fern to have some brown spots on its leaves. In our aquariums/setups, we notice this occurring when the plants are more crowded. This is a natural process and there is a potential for babies to grow from these spots.

As such, this plant is very resilient as any broken leaf has the potential to form babies out of it rather than just dying (unlike the usual Bolbitis Heudelotti which cannot grow babies from its leaves).

This unique fern is suitable for low tech tank and is overall an easy plant.