Didymochlaena Truncatula

£5.00

In a 1 litre pot. A house plant of the fern family with fronds that bare shiny leaflets in a double herringbone pattern on dark red stems. It prefers average warmth of above 50F in indirect light although it will be quite happy in dense shade. Compost must be kept moist at all times but not waterlogged. Mist occasionally.

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Description

Didymochlaena Truncatula is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
Product Description: Didymochlaenas are carnivorous predators that feed on other mollusks such as mussels, oysters, clams, scallops, and squid. They are also known to eat fish eggs and small crustaceans.
Didymochlaena Truncatula is an extremely rare species found only in the waters around Japan. This species has been observed feeding on the larvae of the Japanese flying squid, Architeuthis japonica.
Features:
• Extremely rare species
• Found only in the waters around the island of Honshu, Japan
• Feeds on the larvae of the flying squid, Architeuthis japonica
Benefits:
• Extremely Rare Species
• Found Only in the Waters Around Honshu Island, Japan
• Feed on the Larvae of the Flying Squid, Architeuthis Japonica

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