Red Root Floaters Phyllanthus Fluitans, are a unique type of aquatic plant that can serve as an excellent addition to any aquarium. As their name suggests, these small plants float on the surface of the water, with their roots hanging down into the water below.
Red Root Floaters are known for their striking appearance - their vibrant red roots and green leaves create a bold contrast against the backdrop of a fish tank. They can also provide numerous benefits to both the fish and the tank environment.
Why should you add Red Root Floaters to your aquarium?
There are many reasons why you might want to consider adding Red Root Floaters to your aquarium. Here are just a few:
- They serve as a natural source of filtration, helping to keep the water in your tank clean and clear.
- They provide shade and shelter for fish, which can help to reduce stress and promote healthier habits.
- They can contribute to the overall aesthetic of your aquarium, creating a unique and eye-catching display.
pH - 6.5 - 7.5
Temperature - 72°F - 80°F
Water Hardness - 0 - 12 gH°
Lighting - 20 - 30 PAR full-spectrum lighting (8-10 hours); will turn red in extremely high light
Placement / Height - Floating
Propogation - From the stalks, it can also branch
CO2 - Not needed
Fertilizers - Recommended
Substrate - Not Needed
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All three Green Jade Mystery Snails were dead. I opened the box and floated their bag in my aquarium for about an hour. Opened bag and allowed them to sink to the bottom. After about 30 hours on the bottom it was obvious they were DOA! Last time I will try to purchase online with live product.