2 Plants From The Lake: What Are They?

JoeCamaro

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Hello folks.
Today I went to a lake nearby, here in Central Florida and found 2 some plants and brought them home with the hopes I can put them in either of my tanks. I was wondering if you could help me ID them.

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I did a bleach dip and them put them in a bucked with water and then added dechlorinator.

They are now in a dirted 20 gal I use to multiply and grow plants.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Joe
 

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JoeCamaro said:
Hello folks.
Today I went to a lake nearby, here in Central Florida and found 2 some plants and brought them home with the hopes I can put them in either of my tanks. I was wondering if you could help me ID them.

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I did a bleach dip and them put them in a bucked with water and then added dechlorinator.

They are now in a dirted 20 gal I use to multiply and grow plants.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Joe
Hornwort?
 

Dingomama

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JoeCamaro said:
You think both of them are?
Looking at them again, I think the one in the right looks like hornwort, but hopefully someone with more plant knowledge will chime in.
 

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JoeCamaro said:
Hello folks.
Today I went to a lake nearby, here in Central Florida and found 2 some plants and brought them home with the hopes I can put them in either of my tanks. I was wondering if you could help me ID them.

View attachment 439247
View attachment 439248

I did a bleach dip and them put them in a bucked with water and then added dechlorinator.

They are now in a dirted 20 gal I use to multiply and grow plants.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Joe
The left plants is hornwort and the right looks like myrio fox tail.
EDIT: The right plant does look more like millfoil. Apologies.
 

Jocelyn Adelman

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Assuming it goes without saying the right plant is covered in algae...
Left hornwort, right not sure, agree milfoil is a possibility
 
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