In the world of aquarists this plant is known as ''Stringy Moss''. It has a dark-green color with irregularly branched shoots which can grow up to 30 cm (12 inches) upwards in a stringy manner. Natural habitats are wet places like tree bases, roots and near lakes and rivers all over the world. Under intensive light it grows very well. This plant creates a great environment for shrimp and small fish to feel safe and secure.
Tissue cultured plants are cultured in sterile environments. They are free of snails and disease pathogens. They have an extended shelf life and a perfect for aquascaping. These plants are small and have short roots so they can be challenging to plant. Gluing or using thread to attach portions to small pieces of rock, then submerging the rock in to the substrate works well.