Help Identify Plants

  1. Mateen

    Mateen Initiate Member

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    Can anybody help me identify these plants. 20170713_135712.jpg 20170713_135702_001.jpg 20170713_135624.jpg
     

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    I think they are Ludwiga.
     
  4. Jocelyn Adelman

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    Second is a ludwigia, best guesses for other would be pogostemon stellaris or limnophilia hippuridoides, limnophilia being more likely.
    Can you post a whole stem upright shot, a tank shot, and a picture from above?
     
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    Mateen

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    @ Jocelyn Adelman, tried taking a better pic..have a look and advice.. thanks
     
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    Screenshot_20170714-105238.png @ Jocelyn Adelman, tried taking a better pic..have a look and advice.. thanks
     
  8. Freshwater28

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    Ludwigia repens.
     
  9. Jocelyn Adelman

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    For sure not ludwigia repens for the plants in question (pics 1/3) but I'm at a loss as to what it truly is. 2 for sure is a ludwigia. Maybe @Silister Trench @-Mak- or @Dolfan can help with a positive ID.
     
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    The middle one looks like ludwigia repens or ludwigia hybrid red, not sure about the other
     

  11. Silister Trench

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    Pretty sure on 1 + 2, but kinda guess on 3. They all appear grown in natural sunlight somewhere because the colors those plants are showing are often not displayed as vividly in the majority of tanks. You'll probably get better identification once the current growth dies back and the plant is grown under your tanks conditions. Someone probably has the same plants, but they're green.

    1.) Limnophila Aromatica
    2.) Ludwigia Repens 'Rubin'
    3.) Laromatica?
     
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    Thanks a lot guys for all the information
     

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