Crepidomanes Auriculatum is a small flowerless (fern) plant that grows underwater. They are usually used to give a tank a nice forest look, and it grows up to 12 inches tall. Like other plants of their kind, it is ideal for keeping them with a stone or driftwood to keep it away from getting buried in the substrate.
These live plants don't need plenty of light but highly need CO2. Therefore, good water flow with soft to medium hardness will be very beneficial.
Due to their slow pace of growth, They must be protected against other plants that grow quicker because it is possible that they might obstruct the light. These plants are amphibious and can be found connected to trunks, rocks, and subtrate. Like other ferns, the ideal lighting is low to moderate.
These plants are amphibious and can be seen attached between rocks, trunks, some areas of subtrate with a high hydrometric degree.