Staurogyne leptocaulis

Staurogyne leptocaulis

General information: This plant mostly grows on the margins of creeks and rivers where it is submerged for three to four months during the wet season. It grows much larger leaves submerged and is quite an attractive aquarium plant.

Cultivation notes : Not fussy about water quality but prefers higher light levels and CO2 pH control.

Distribution : NT, WA and Qld in Australia. In New Guinea it occurs as another subspecies.

Selling details : Sold as a bunch of cut stems.

Reference: Cowie, Short and Osterkamp Madsen "Floodplain Flora, a flora of the floodplain of the Northern Territory, Australia"