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Hello! Can you help me ID these new plants I got?
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2) the back of the leaves is kind of reddish. Maybe ludwigia of some sort?
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3) This is like number 2, but the leaves are all green.
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4) I think this one is Hygrophila polysperma Rosanervig. Right?
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1.) I have no idea, sorry
2.) Thats Ludwigia Repens or “red leaf ludwigia”
3.) I think it may be a younger Ludwigia repens plant, but I am probably wrong.
4.) yes, I believe it is hygrophila polysperma
 
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BettaFishObsessed said:
1.) I have no idea, sorry
2.) Thats Ludwigia Repens or “red leaf ludwigia”
3.) I think it may be a younger Ludwigia repens plant, but I am probably wrong.
4.) yes, I believe it is hygrophila polysperma
Thank you! I'm curious to know what's the first one, I hope it doesn't turn out to be a land plant!
 
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ostadsiah said:
Thank you! I'm curious to know what's the first one, I hope it doesn't turn out to be a land plant!
You're welcome! I will keep searching online to try and find what it is for you, but I haven’t seen anything yet.
 
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ostadsiah said:
Thank you! I'm curious to know what's the first one, I hope it doesn't turn out to be a land plant!
That is a land plant sorry to say my friend. You can grow it emersed though :D just let the roots sit in the water and the rest of the plant grow above the water line
 
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Pfrozen said:
That is a land plant sorry to say my friend. You can grow it emersed though :D just let the roots sit in the water and the rest of the plant grow above the water line
What's the name of the plant??
 
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ostadsiah said:
What's the name of the plant??
I can't remember unfortunately but I'm 100% confident that it's a tropical houseplant.. they sell them at the hardware store here :D
 
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1st plant looks like a pothos (house plant) you can let the roots sit in the tank or the back of a HOB filter
 
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Dennis57 said:
1st plant looks like a pothos (house plant) you can let the roots sit in the tank or the back of a HOB filter
Oh it's not pothos, pothos has different leaves. This plant is stems with two leaves coming out together. But the colors look like pothos!
 
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