The aquatic Microsorium plant is known as Microsorium pteropus and java fern that belongs to the family Polypodiaceae is another popular aquatic plant among aquarium enthusiasts. It is native to Southeast Asia and can be found growing in rivers, streams, and swamps. The aquatic Microsorium plant has long, narrow leaves that grow from a rhizome. The leaves are dark green in color and have a leathery texture. The plant can grow up to 30 cm tall and 20 cm wide. The aquatic Microsorium can thrive in a variety of aquarium conditions. It prefers low to medium light levels and does not require CO2 injection. It can tolerate a wide range of water hardness and temperature between 20-28 C. It can be planted in substrate or attached to rocks or driftwood. Propagation of the aquatic Microsorium plant is done by dividing the rhizome into smaller sections and planting them separately. The new plants will grow from the divided sections. They commonly used in aquascaping due to its attractive appearance. It can be used as a background or midground plant in aquariums. The aquatic Microsorium plant is an attractive and easy-to-care-for addition to any aquarium. Its dark green leaves add depth and texture to aquascapes while providing benefits for fish and other inhabitants.