Liverwort

Terrarium Liverwort Endiviifolia with Phytosanitary certification and Passport, grown by moss supplier



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    Liverwort Endiviifolia Is a full shade aquatic and sub-aquatic liverwort that can grow submerged at low depths. Perfect for terrarium and aquarium. Attaches to rock and Sandy soil.

    Your liverwort will arrive in 5x5cm carpet in a small plastic container, fresh and ready to use in your terranium.

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    The name Pellia is familiar to many aquarists because the liverwort species Monosolenium tenerum was originally brought onto the market under the erroneous name Pellia endiviifolia. Also Riccardia species are known in the hobby as "Mini Pellia" or "Coral Pellia". However, this is the true Pellia endiviifolia, the Endive Pellia. Pellia endiviifolia is widespread in the northern hemisphere, mostly in moist to wet, calcareous and nutrient-rich places, e.g. springs, streambanks and waterfalls in limestone areas. Mostly it is found above water, sometimes also submerged.
    The underwater form of Pellia endiviifolia resembles Monosolenium tenerum in size and structure but it is a little smaller, lighter green and more transparent. It differs from the "Subwassertang", Lomariopsis cf. lineata, by thicker, lighter, less rounded thalli and presence of a midrib. Favorable aquarium conditions provided, it forms broad, dense cushions of bifurcated thalli in relatively short time.

    Our previous experience shows that this liverwort is comparable with Monosolenium tenerum also in its demands. It develops best under strong lighting and ample CO2 and nutrient supply. When grown under water, this liverwort should be given time to attach to a substrate before submerging; Pellia endiviifolia grows emersed on wet, nutrient-rich substrate. Under low light, it will form only narrow, upright thalli. We have not yet experiences with its warmth tolerance, however not too high temperatures - below 25 °C - are surely favourable.

    The true Pellia endiviifolia presents an attractive, lighter green alternative to Monosolenium tenerum. In the foreground or midground or on the hardscape of well lit aquariums, its freshly green cushions are an eyecatcher and contrast well with e.g. dark green mosses. Grown emersed, the Endive Pellia should also be interesting for paludariums and Wabi-Kusa.

    How To Grow
    Liverwort can be grown in a moist terrarium, aquarium, or in small plastic boxes on the windowsill, as long as it is not too hot. These locations allow for better-controlled growth conditions and modifications to allow as much expansion as possible. A good source of light and some added CO2 can kick liverworts’ growth rate to an accelerated new level.
    The most effective method to cultivate Liverwort is pretty much the same as Crystalwort. The parent plant should be divided into smaller pieces and then be tied down to a mesh or surface with thread or fishing string. Doing so will ensure that the flora remains attached. Liverwort is known for breaking off and dispersing throughout the tank. Those pieces should also be able to regenerate on their own. Although, such an occurrence can create some unwanted disarray in an aquarium.

    These syringes are easy to use, just place an amount on the substrate or rock allow a few hours for the Agra-agra to solidify then place in your terrarium no need for watering as the agra-agra contains enough water to get the Liverwort Endiviifolia going.

    Watering
    Liverwort is a type of plant that will require a large quantity of water. When grown submerged it will not need to be watered. The plant will be able to absorb as much water and nutrients as it needs on its own. Unlike Crystalwort or most mosses, Liverwort will not benefit from a steady water flow. Since the plant can break off easily, too much water movement can make the situation worst.
    Adding diversity to an enclosure is key to an aesthetically pleasing enclosure. Try mixing up the look of your vivarium with different flora that can easily co-exist in the same types of environment.

    Do have a look at my other dry moss, Liverwort, and Lichen species for sale and buy a selection, for your table art, garden, pet Terrariums (allow the moss time to set and absorb water before you let your pet play with it, allow up to 1 month for moss to set.)

    This carpeting plant is great for moist habitat terrariums. Liverwort loves to be as close to the water, water running over it, submerged at a shallow depth or in a well light auquarium. Your fish, lizards, frogs, and snakes will love this plant.

    Historically, three taxonomic bryophyte groups have been recognized and now represent the three main divisions in this group: Marchantiophyta (liverworts), Bryophyta (mosses) and Anthocerotophyta (hornworts). The three main groups have diversified throughout their evolutionary history, making it difficult to identify the specific characters separating these three groups.
    The status of bryophytes as the oldest living land plants is widely accepted
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