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Utricularia graminifolia from Asia belongs to the bladderwort family. All the plants in this family are insect eating, perennial water and marsh plants. In the nature, the plant lives in nutrient-poor places, hence the need to catch small insects and digest them.

Bladder traps are a unique feature of this family, which Utricularia graminifolia forms after a short period in the aquarium. The species name means 'with grass like leaves' and the fresh green leaves will after some time form a pretty mat which looks like a lawn (2-8 cm tall). Utricularia graminifolia is therefore an ideal foreground plant, although it is rather demanding.

Utricularia graminifolia

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  • This plant is grown in-vitro and is kept in a nutrient medium. Gently remove plant from cup and rinse in a containor of aquarium water to remove the medium. Seperate into portions and plant into substrate with aquascaping tweezers. 

    This plant is a rather demanding carpeting plant and requires medium to high light and CO2 injection. To maintain a nice carpet make sure to trim regularly. This plant also does well in soft water.

    DO NOT RELEASE PLANTS AND LIVESTOCK INTO LOCAL WATERWAYS.

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