Ranunculus Inundatus (Ranunculus Inundatus) Tissue Culture
Ranunculus Inundatus (Ranunculus Inundatus) Tissue Culture
Ranunculus Inundatus (Ranunculus Inundatus) Tissue Culture
Ranunculus Inundatus (Ranunculus Inundatus) Tissue Culture
Ranunculus Inundatus (Ranunculus Inundatus) Tissue Culture

Ranunculus Inundatus (Ranunculus Inundatus) Tissue Culture

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Introducing Ranunculus Inundatus Tissue Culture: Elevate Your Aquatic Landscape

 

Transform your aquarium into a lush aquatic paradise with Ranunculus Inundatus tissue culture. This remarkable plant variety, known for its vibrant green hues and delicate foliage, brings a touch of elegance to your underwater world. Whether you're a seasoned aquascaper or a beginner, Ranunculus Inundatus is a captivating addition that enhances both aesthetics and habitat.

Ranunculus Inundatus is not only a visual delight but also a versatile choice for aquascapers of all levels. Its moderate height, ranging from 4 to 8 inches, makes it a perfect fit for foreground to midground placement, allowing you to craft various aquascape designs. This plant's resilience shines as it thrives across a spectrum of water parameters, including a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5 and a temperature of 68-82°F. Whether you're a novice or an experienced aquarist, Ranunculus Inundatus tissue culture plant adds a lush touch to your aquatic sanctuary.

 Like most plants, Ranunculus Inundatus will benefit from supplementation such as Seachem Flourish, Flourish Excel, Flourish Nitrogen, Flourish Iron, and other plant supplements.

 

This listing is for the tissue culture form of Ranunculus Inundatus. Tissue cultures are superior to traditional forms of aquarium plants in many ways. They are produced in a completely sterile environment which eliminates the possibility of them carrying pest snails or algae spores. They have a shelf life (before introduction to the aquarium) of several months if properly maintained and they are housed in a nutrient gel until introduced to the aquarium. To introduce a tissue culture plant to the aquarium, simply rinse off as much nutrient gel as possible, then plant as usual. The nutrient gel will not harm your aquarium.

 

What we like about this plant:

Striking Aesthetics: Ranunculus Inundatus is an aquatic plant that stands out due to its striking appearance. Its unique, delicate foliage and vibrant green coloration add an elegant touch to any aquarium, enhancing its visual appeal.

Easy Maintenance: This plant is relatively low-maintenance, making it an excellent choice for both beginner and experienced aquarists. Its undemanding nature simplifies the care routine, allowing for a hassle-free addition to your aquatic environment.

Natural Habitat Mimicry: Ranunculus Inundatus thrives in various water conditions and can adapt to mimic its natural habitat. It brings a natural, wild aesthetic to your aquarium setup, creating an environment reminiscent of its native waters.

Oxygenation: As a submerged plant, Ranunculus Inundatus plays a beneficial role in oxygenating the water. Through photosynthesis, it releases oxygen, contributing to a healthier and more balanced aquatic ecosystem.

     

    Care Guidelines:

    • Temperature: Ranunculus Inundatus thrives within a temperature range of 68-82°F (20-28°C), which is typical for most tropical aquarium setups.

      pH: This plant prefers slightly acidic to neutral water conditions, with a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5.

      Lighting: To showcase its vibrant colors and intricate texture, provide moderate to high lighting. LED or full-spectrum aquarium lights are recommended for best results.

      Potential Height: Ranunculus Inundatus can grow to a potential height of 4 to 8 inches (10 to 20 cm) under suitable conditions.

      Origin: Ranunculus Inundatus is native to various regions around the world, including North America, Europe, and Asia. It can be found in aquatic habitats such as ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams.

      Aquarium Placement: This plant is ideal for foreground to midground placement in your aquarium. Its delicate foliage and moderate height create a stunning visual effect that complements various aquascape designs.

      Care: Ranunculus Inundatus is relatively easy to care for. Provide nutrient-rich substrate and consider using root tabs to encourage healthy growth. Regular pruning helps maintain a neat appearance and promotes new growth.

      Growth Rate: Under optimal conditions, Ranunculus Inundatus exhibits a moderate growth rate. With proper care and maintenance, you can expect this plant to flourish and contribute to the beauty of your aquascape.

      Remember that individual aquarium conditions may impact the growth and appearance of the plant. Regular observation and adjustments will ensure a successful and visually captivating aquatic display.

     

        All Aquatic Arts brand plants and animals come with a 100% live arrival guarantee, plus free email support!

        This colorful tetra is a true aquarium hobby classic!

        These little tetras are one of the more beautifully colored fish available in the freshwater aquarium hobby!  They have a silver body and feature a shimmering red/pink stripe throughout the middle of their body.  Their eye-catching coloration has made them one of the most popular fish for freshwater aquariums today.  They are great for beginners and experts alike, and they thrive in any well-established aquarium that meets their recommended water parameters.  These fish stay small, growing no larger than one to two inches, which makes them an excellent choice for small-sized tanks!

        Glowlight Tetras are very peaceful and make great additions to community aquariums.  However, they should only be kept in tanks with other non-aggressive fish that are similar in size.  They are a schooling fish, and their schools create a magnificent display of colors in motion that has to be seen to be believed!  These fish do best in densely planted aquariums with plenty of hiding places.  This can be achieved with rocks and caves, driftwood, and live plants (good ones include mosses or tall plants that will reach the middle level of the aquarium, such as green cabomba, moneywort, java ferns, etc.).  Since they are a schooling fish, they can really only thrive in groups, which is why we sell them in groups of 6 and 12.

        Glowlight Tetras spend most of their time within the middle and top levels of the aquarium.  These fish are not recommended for new tanks, as they may have problems in tanks that are not well-cycled.  It is important to acclimate Glowlight Tetras to a new tank slowly, because they can be sensitive to changes in water parameters.  They are known to be difficult to breed in captivity; the water conditions must be perfect for them to spawn.  Interestingly, the bright colors on these fish tend to become dimmer at night.  This is normal and does not indicate sickness or weakness in the tetras.

        What We Like About This Fish:

        Iridescent red stripe that add bright bursts of color to any aquarium set-up

        Its small size makes it an ideal candidate for the nano aquarium

        Safe with plants

        Completely peaceful

        Very hardy and adaptable

        All Aquatic Arts brand plants and animals come with a 100% live arrival guarantee, plus free email support!

        RECOMMENDED TANK PARAMETERS:
        Temperature: 75° - 82° F (24° - 28° C)
        pH: 5.5 - 7.5, but highly adaptable to many conditions
        KH: 4 - 10 dKH
        Minimum tank size: 10 gallons


        CARE GUIDELINES:
        Diet: Omnivorous. Will readily accept most fish flakes and pellets, as well as most small foods, including brine shrimp, daphnia, freeze-dried bloodworms, and tubifex.
        Social behavior: Peaceful, schooling/shoaling.
        Origin: Tank-bred, but indigenous to Rio Essequibo, Guyana
        Average adult size: 1.5 - 2 inches (3.8 - 5 cm)
        Average purchase size: 1/4 - 1 inch (0.6 - 2.5 cm)

        For the safety of our animals, we only ship live fish, crabs, and select other inverts exclusively via UPS 1 Day Air.  If your order contains this item, you will only see UPS 1 Day Air as a shipping option during checkout. If other items are in your cart that can ship with  2 day or standard shipping options the only shipping method you can still select is UPS 1 Day Air. 

        UPS 1 Day is a description of the duration of time a shipment will spend in transit once it has been shipped. This does not guarantee the package will be shipped the same or next day from which the order was placed.

        Shipping Schedule for this service

        UPS 1 Day: Monday through Thursday
         

        Current Handling Time:

        1-9 business days

        Here at Aquatic Arts, we consider the welfare of the live animals we are shipping to be of the foremost importance. This process is much more involved than simply creating a shipping label and affixing it to a box. Depending on the order, it takes from 4 to 7 people to complete this process properly. We check the weather conditions here where they fly out of the Indianapolis UPS facility and the destination for each shipment. We start early each morning and go through a multi-step process to have the day's shipments prepared in time for the UPS pickup. The volume of orders in our system also affects the processing time. Therefore our stated handling time is 1-9 business days. 

        Shipping Rate

        Pricing is by size of package needed to fill entire order and distance it must travel. It will be calculated at checkout.

         

         

        Q: What are the ideal tank mates for Glowlight Tetras?
        A: Glowlight Tetras do best with other small, peaceful fish. Ideal tank mates include Neon Tetras, Harlequin Rasboras, Corydoras Catfish, and small livebearers like Guppies or Mollies.

        Q: How often should I feed Glowlight Tetras?
        A: Glowlight Tetras should be fed 1-2 times a day. Provide only as much food as they can consume in 2-3 minutes to avoid overfeeding and water quality issues.

        Q: What should I do if my Glowlight Tetras are not schooling?
        A: Ensure you have at least 6-12 Glowlight Tetras, as they are schooling fish and feel more secure in larger groups. Also, check if there are any stressors in the tank such as aggressive tank mates or poor water quality.

        Q: Can Glowlight Tetras live with shrimps and snails?
        A: Yes, Glowlight Tetras are generally safe with non-aggressive invertebrates like shrimps and snails. They add a nice dynamic to the aquarium and help with cleaning.

        Q: How can I tell the difference between male and female Glowlight Tetras?
        A: Males are usually slimmer and may have more intense coloring, especially during breeding times. Females tend to be rounder and slightly larger, particularly when carrying eggs.

        Q: What signs of illness should I watch for in Glowlight Tetras?
        A: Watch for changes in color, fin rot, spots, or unusual swimming behavior. Common illnesses include ich, fin rot, and swim bladder issues. Quarantine affected fish and treat the tank if necessary.

        Q: What lighting conditions do Glowlight Tetras prefer?
        A: Glowlight Tetras thrive in subdued lighting conditions, which mimic their natural habitat. Moderate lighting with plenty of plants for shade creates an ideal environment for them.

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