Rotala Indica 'Bonsai' is also known as the true Rotala Indica because it is occasionally confused with Rotala Rotundifolia, which is a completely different species. Furthermore, it was previously introduced as Ammannia sp. Bonsai and determined in 2009 by Cavan Allen.
Rotala Indica has a thick, round leaf and the tip of the plant usually turns reddish under strong lighting. Rotala Indica growing straight, erect, upright versus Rotala Rotundifolia often have a creeping habit when it grows under intense lighting.
Rotala Indica is commonly seen in Street / Dutch style aquariums and is also ideal for small, nano aquarium tanks. It appears best when grown in small to medium groups.
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Scientific Name: Rotala Indica Trade Names: Rotala Indica 'Bonsai' / Rotala sp. Bonsai Common Name: Indian Toothcup Misapplied Names: Ammannia sp. Bonsai / Ammania sp. Bonsai Family: Lythraceae Synonyms: Peplis indica WILLDENOW (1799), and others. Colors: Yellowish-green to reddis Propagation: Cuttings Can grow emersed?: Yes