ID check / verification plz?

BPSabelhaus


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Ludwigia?


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Bacopa?


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Mud plantain?


Hm, not sure what happened to the rest of the post….

Anyway, these all grow feral in the wetlands around my house. Propagating them to use in aquariums / ponds at home. I think I have them figured out, but wanted to check as I really don’t focus on invasive plants, but probably should be more diligent and understand what shouldn’t be there. After all, I do study ethnobotany for a hobby lol Probably just easier to Wong Ranch it and just brand everything that doesn’t belong locally lol
 

Mudminnow

Where in the world are you collecting these? Knowing that can help narrow things down a bit.

I agree, your first plant is a Ludwigia, maybe repens or peploides.

I agree with your ID of the second plant as well. It looks like a Bacopa, maybe caroliniana.

And, I honestly have no idea what your third plant is.
 

BPSabelhaus

The Bacopa came in an aquarium I got.

The ludwigia and plantain both grow feral in a vernal pond by my house in the Seattle area.

The pond is about all but dried up as of today, but brought back more for my deck pond.


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PictureThis app is saying common is plantain for the large one, mud plantain for the smaller, though I’d bet it’s just immature.
 

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