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Micranthemum Micranthimoids ‘Monte Carlo’ [Tc]

Original price was: ₹375.00.Current price is: ₹275.00.

  • Origin : Northern Argentina
  • Ease of Growing : easy
  • Aquacape : Foreground
  • Height : 1-2.25 inches (3-6 cm)
  • pH : 6.0 and 8.0
  • Temperature : 68-77°F (20-25°C)
  • Growth Rate : Moderate to fast growth
  • Propagation : Divide rooted sections
  • Light Requirement : Moderate to high light
  • CO2 Requirement : CO2 injection is recommneded for dense growth

Availability: 17 in stock

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Micranthemum Micranthimoids ‘Monte Carlo’ [Tc] is a semi-aquatic, freshwater tissue culture aquarium plant available in several colours. Micranthemum aquarium plants can be found on the banks of rivers, lakes, and creeks in Argentina. Micranthemum Monte Carlo can be purchased at PetWave. Micranthemum plants are popular in aquaria because they are hardy, adaptable, and can flourish in a variety of temperatures and tank sizes. Micranthemum tissue culture aquarium plants generate runners that create a rich, vivid green carpet in the foreground and background of aquariums or terrariums. Combine Micranthemum Monte Carlo with other aquarium carpet plants, such as Hemiathus Callitrichoides, to create a genuine grass impression in your aquarium. Micranthemum species are excellent freshwater aquarium plants that help tropical fish breathe. Micranthemum tissue culture plants also help to aerate your tank, leading in happier, healthier fish and better overall water quality. This Micranthemum species is currently popular over the world, with a high demand in the aquarium sector. This plant was initially found in Argentina. The leaves are spherical, light green, and placed oppositely on the stalk. A very graceful creeping plant that is adaptable due to its moderate ease. In a nutrient-rich environment, it will develop a dense carpet. It can also live in low-light situations. The addition of CO2 is required. Thinning the densely grown ones will assist the plant maintain regular development; otherwise, the creeping stems beneath would begin to rot, potentially causing the entire mat to uproot. Micranthemum ‘Monte Carlo’ is an Argentine aquatic plant with a sluggish growth rate. It’s a great foreground plant that may grow into a dense carpet of green foliage if given enough light and nutrition. The leaves are tiny and circular, with a lovely bright green hue that will complement any neutral toned substrate. This plant is quite similar to Hemianthus Callitrichoides (HC/Dwarf Baby Tears), however the leaves are larger and it is easier to cultivate in our experience. We recommend Monte Carlo to hobbyists who are having difficulty growing HC. High illumination and Co2 injection are required to keep this plant from overgrowing. Vertically rising weak stalks indicate a lack of lighting, whilst yellowing leaves indicate a nutritional shortage. A deficiency of Co2 can also be indicated by thin leaves. When grown properly, this plant can grow swiftly and requires frequent trimming. In dry start aquariums and Wabi Kusa, this plant can grow submerged or emersed. This plant might be difficult to keep rooted in the substrate because it is small and has little roots. Dry start can help in this scenario by giving the roots time to attach into the substrate before flooding the tank.

Micranthemum Micranthimoids ‘Monte Carlo’ [Tc] is a beautiful carpeting plant that was reportedly discovered in Argentina. Tropica received their first sample for testing in January 2013, making it a relatively new species to the aquarium hobby. It was grown alongside Hemianthus callitrichoides ‘Cuba,’ Micranthemum umbrosum, and Glossostigma elatinoides in Tropica’s laboratory to see how it compared. It grew similarly to Hemianthus ‘Cuba,’ but was far more adaptable and easier, growing faster and creating a perfect carpet even with lower lighting and CO2 levels. As a result, it was added to the Tropica stock list and went into full production as a regular pot and 1-2-Grow tissue culture cup, becoming one of the hobby’s most popular carpeting plants. Christel Kasselmann formally identified it as Micranthemum tweediei in 2017.

This Micranthemum species is currently popular around the world, with a high demand in the aquarium trade. This plant was originally found in Argentina. The leaves are round, light green, and arranged oppositely on the stem. A very graceful creeping plant that is adaptable due to its moderate ease. In a nutrient-rich environment, it will form a dense carpet. It can also survive in low-light conditions. The addition of CO2 is required. Thinning the densely grown ones will help the plant maintain normal growth; otherwise, the creeping stems beneath will begin to decay, potentially causing the entire mat to uproot.

Micranthemum Micranthimoids ‘Monte Carlo’ [Tc] is an Argentine aquatic plant with a low growth rate. It’s a great foreground plant that can grow into a thick carpet of green foliage if given enough light and nutrients. The leaves are small and round, with a lovely bright green coloration that will complement any neutral toned substrate. This plant is very similar to Hemianthus Callitrichoides (HC/Dwarf Baby Tears), but the leaves are larger and it is easier to grow in our experience. We recommend Monte Carlo to hobbyists who are having difficulty growing HC.

High lighting and Co2 injection are required to keep this plant from overgrowing. Vertically growing thin stalks indicate a lack of lighting, whereas yellowing leaves indicate a nutritional deficiency. A lack of Co2 can also be indicated by thin leaves. When grown properly, this plant can grow quickly and requires regular trimming.In dry start aquariums and Wabi Kusa, this plant can grow submerged or emersed. This plant can be difficult to keep planted in the substrate because it is small and has tiny roots. Dry start can help in this case by giving the roots time to anchor into the substrate before flooding the tank.

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Light Requirement

Very Bright

Plant Difficulty

Medium

Plant Type

Creeping/Carpet

Packing

TC Cups

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