Staurogyne repens was first traded worldwide commercially in 2006.
Staurogyne repens is a green stemmed plant that resembles Hygrophila. Unlike the Hygrophila, Staurogyne repens is dwarf in size and sends stems out laterally to form a carpet similar to dwarf baby tears.
Family Name: Acanthaceae
Native To: South America
Lighting: Moderate - high
Requirements: A good grower in a high light, CO2 supplemented tank
Growth Form: Creeping stems
Growth Rate: Moderate
True Aquatic: Yes
Placement in Tank: Foreground
Available As: Tissue culture cups and packs
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