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    Echinodorus opacus Rataj

    Echinodorus opacus Rataj


    Origin / Breeder : heterotypic synonym of: Echinodorus uruguayensis Arechav.

    Glanzlose Amazonaspflanze

    Origin: South America, Amazon basin and Orinoco Plant type: rosette with lanceolate leaves Plant color: dark green Additionally: suitable for nano aquariums medium lighting, strong lighting Description: The Parana is the second largest river in South America after the Amazon: with its sleeves it embraces a significant part of the continent and flows through the territory of Brazil. The Paraguay River is the right tributary of the Parana. In turn, it branches out further and one of the most important tributaries is the Verde River. The first specimens of Opacus Rataj were found in the basin of the Verde River and presented by Karel Rataj in 1999. The leaves are dark green, very tough, broadly lanceolate, with a pointed tip. The veins are clearly visible. Young leaves are light green.[1]

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