Subwassertang (Süsswassertang) 'Freshwater Seaweed'

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  • Quality Control Policy - Indoor Grown, Free from Outdoor Pests & Frequent Plants Health & Algae Check Quality Control Policy - Indoor Grown, Free from Outdoor Pests & Frequent Plants Health & Algae Check
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  • Submersed Grown Quality Policy -95% of our plants are patiently submersed grown in our aquarium to help you avoid plant transition melting issues that affect many tissue culture & emersed grown plants when planted underwater in an aquarium Submersed Grown Quality Policy -95% of our plants are patiently submersed grown in our aquarium to help you avoid plant transition melting issues that affect many tissue culture & emersed grown plants when planted underwater in an aquarium

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

Portion Size : Around 5 x 5 cm or slightly larger (slightly smaller than palm size)
Portion Type: Loose/Unattached

Growth Speed   : Fast
Difficulty Level   : Easy
Temperature      : 10-30°C
PH Range          : 5.0-7.8
Min. Light Needs: Low        
Origin                 : Asia

Subwassertang actual name is actually Süsswassertang which is the german word for 'Freshwater Seaweed'. It was known as 'Freshwater Seaweed' as its pattern resembles the pattern of seaweed while being a fully freshwater plant.

It is a fast-growing liverwort plant which is good when using it as a clump at the base of an aquarium. Aquarzon recommends that it is best positioned in gaps (such as crevices or holes between rocks and driftwood) or along the base parameter area of structures such as logs and rocks which can create a nice aquascaping effect.

This plant is popularly used by shrimp keepers and fish breeders as it can offer shrimplets and fish fry protection from larger fishes. The biofilm and infusoria that naturally grows on it also offer shrimps a natural food source.