Hygrophila sp. ‘araguaia’, the leaves being extremely narrow and displaying a rich reddish-brown tone when the plant is submersed. This aquatic plant also exhibits a creeping growth pattern, slightly tilted leaves and slow branching. The plant requires adequate nutrients, good light and CO2 for healthy growth. The plant can be grown both submerged and emerged in a terrarium, paludarium like setups. It should be noted that both forms exhibit different appearances.