Naja Grass (Najas guadalupensis)

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Naja Grass

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Naja Grass

Najas guadalupensis



6.0 - 8.0

10 -27 °C (50-80.6°F)

Max Height

45.7cm (18 ")

Max Width

61cm (24 ")

Alternative Names and Variants[edit | edit source]

Naja Grass, Guppy Grass, Southern Naiad, Southern Waternymph

Environment Specifics[edit | edit source]

Not too high a flow as this delicate plant breaks easily. Do not place it in with fish or other animals that may trample on it or push it aside as it is quite brittle.

Identification[edit | edit source]

This mainly floating plant consists of small thin leaves on thin brittle stems that are closely packed together rather like Java moss.

It can be planted in the substrate. But it prefers to float. It is native to many parts of the USA.

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