Martian Egyptian is a type of fern that belongs to specially protected plants. Such a longterm amphibian plant is often found in such territories:
The most favorable soil for germination is:
The reduction of the population mainly affects:
It follows that the most effective protection measure is the organization of a reserve or a natural monument.
Martian Egyptian is a rather small amphibian fern, the height of which reaches 10 centimeters. The rhizome in such a plant is long and thin, and it is rooted in the nodes.
Leaflets that are called Vaiya are separated from the rhizome they stay on long petioles. In addition, sporocarpy is observed (they also depart from the rhizome) they are single, but long legs are located.
The leaves are narrow and back, often with a noted edge. As for sporocarpius, that they are stupid-cheese, complemented by the groove, localized on the back or leg, and there are several short teeth at the base.
Sporification occurs from July to September the disputes have a spherical form.
Martian Egyptian is considered a decoration of reservoirs, since today there are many varieties of such a plant, which is why it is often used to give the best appearance to small reservoirs or ponds, as well as drying streams that are in private possession.
Since the plant can be cultivated in aquariums, it is often used at home for these purposes decorating the aquarium. Cultivation occurs by forming a dispute of both sexes, which merge in zygotes. On the water surface they look like white small dots. They are collected and placed for subsequent germination in a moist environment it can be either sand. The formation of a new plant occupies an average of one and a half 2 years.