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    Echinodorus Rote Zora

    Echinodorus Rote Zora


    Hybrid of Echinodorus schlueteri 'Leopard' x Echinodorus x barthii


    Selection from Echinodorus x 'Ozelot', on the market under this name since the end of 2005

    Plant type: rosette with lanceolate leaves Plant color: greenish-red, red colouring of young leaves Additional: suitable for beginners, additional fertilization is recommended, strong lighting Description: Echinodorus Rote Zora has been known in aquarium culture since 2005. Echinodorus Red Zora deserves the attention of amateurs, especially those who prefer small Echinodorus. The content of Echinodorus Rote Zora is not overbearing. Water of medium hardness with a slightly acidic reaction. The root system is well developed, so a nutritious soil is required. With intense lighting the plant looks more impressive, the young leaf becomes brighter, more translucent, retains the painted leaves more, with a lack of light the leaves turn greenish faster.

    Echinodorus Red Zora in the aquarium has broad lanceolate leaves. The leaf edges are wavy. The upper side of the leaf is red, with light green spots on the main color on the underside. Leaf veins from light green to white are clearly visible.[1]

    1. Kostiantyn Loboda, Black Water
    2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Roman Trifonov, Moskau Aquarium Pflanzen