This plant should only be sold for aquariums. It might help to take a picture with you and to note that compared to Egeria densa and Elodea canadensis, Egeria najas has narrow serrated leaves and compared to Egeria densa it has a Click on an accepted name below to view its PLANTS Profile with more information, and web links if available. of Agricultural Resources, Mass. Three banned pond plants are still widely available in retailers. This plant should never be sold for use in ponds because of its potential to become invasive. Egeria Densa-This oxygenating plant makes a excellent substitute for Elodea Crispa, which is now BANNED BY THE EU, Egeria Densa will only survive UK winters in very mild areas, Water Depth 30-60 cm, unfortunately it is now Illegal to even purchase Elodea Crispa. Synonyms; Anacharis densa (Planch.) Elodea densa (Planch.) The Elodea densa (Egeria Densa) from South America is a bunch of popular oxygenating pond plants that can also be used in indoor aquariums. gigantea hort. Lincoln weed Chilpamunda weed, sand rocket, Teetulpa weed Diplotaxis tenuifolia (L.)DC. Prohibited Plants List Page 2 of 4 Scientific Name Common Name Drymaria arenarioides alfombrilla Egeria densa; Elodea densa; Anacharis densa anacharis; Brazilian waterweed; Brazilian elodea Eichhornia azurea anchored water hyacinth Elaeagnus umbellata autumn olive Emex australis three-cornered jack Emex spinosa devil's thorn Anacharis is the common name for the Brazilian waterweed “Egeria densa”, which was formerly known as Anacharis densa & Elodea densa, with Egeria densa being the present scientific name. Anacharis is a species of the genus Egeria and this genus comprises three species of aquatic plants in the flowering plant family Hydrocharitaceae. Plants banned from sale in South Australia – October 2010 9 18.10.2010 Leafy elodea Brazilian elodea, dense waterweed Egeria densa Planch. Elodea is a genus of 6 species of aquatic plants often called the waterweeds, which are probably the most well-known of all aquatic plants. Another concern is that retailers may turn to aquarium plant Egeria densa (which can sometimes be sold under the incorrect name Elodea densa). Elodea canadensis var. Brazilian Elodea (Egeria densa - synonyms: Elodea densa, Anacharis densa and Philotria densa) Watch List - Prohibited in Michigan. I have floating lilies and there are some tiny frogs , some newts and water boatmen Should I thin it out as the interweb says it gives out oxygen in the day but sucks it back in … This is partly because all of these species have common names, including Elodea densa, Brazilian elodea and so on. Elodea densa (Planch.)Casp. Brown Garden Snail (Cantareus aspersa) Prohibited in Michigan Egeria densa, the large-flowered waterweed or Brazilian waterweed, is a species of Egeria native to warm temperate South America in southeastern Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. The 3 new species are Elodea crispa - a very common oxygenating plant, Eichornia crassipes (Water Hyacinth) - a fast growing surface cover plant and Lysichiton americanus (Skunk Cabbage). Introduced, Invasive, and Noxious Plants NRCS Invasive Species Policy Invasive Species Executive Order 13112. ELODEA CRISPA POND OXYGENATING PLANT I bought one strand of this and now the 4 x 3 foot pond is full up with the stuff. Brazilian elodea is a bushy aquatic plant with dense whorls of bright green leaves. Mass. Having illegal plants in our tanks/ponds won't be policed, but shop will have to stop selling them. Here is a link to the 5 original banned plants and a 'rogues gallery' of all the aquatic plant species highlighted by DEFRA and the 'Beplantwise' campaign. It is considered a problematic invasive species due to its use in home aquariums and subsequent release into non-native habitats. Dept. Oregon State-listed Noxious Weeds 273 records returned. Vict. Four popular water plants were banned from sale by the EU in August, despite the looming final deadline three of … The problem will be identifying 'illegal' plants and 'legal' plants in the same genus eg Elodea crispa, Lagarosiphon major, is illegal while Elodea densa, Egeria densa, is legal. Anacharis densa (Planch.)Vict. densa and with Elodea canadensis. Casp. It can be found in ponds, lakes, and sluggish rivers and streams.