What is the scientific name of elodea?

Answer The scientific name for elodea is Elodea callitrichoides (Rich.) Caspary. It is also know as the "South American waterweed." It is found in the United States primarily in Washington state.Source:US... Read More »

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What do elodea eat?

Elodea (Elodea canadensis) is a perennial aquatic plant that produces its own food through photosynthesis. Elodea plants provide habitat for insects and invertebrates. The insects and invertebrates... Read More »

How do I buy elodea?

Fish StorePurchase elodea (also called anacharis) for your fish tank from a local fish store. Elodea is a plant found at most fish specialty retailers.Fish ClubAttend meetings at your local aquariu... Read More »

What does an elodea plant look like?

The elodea plant consists of green stems covered from top to bottom with leaves that measure 1 to 1.25 inches in length, according to the Professor Scott Hagood of Virginia Tech University. The ste... Read More »

In what kingdom is elodea?

Elodea is a type of underwater weed that belongs to the plantae kingdom. Native to North American lakes and ponds, it is commonly used as decorative plant life in home aquariums.Source:USDA PlantsN... Read More »