Mystery plant

Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by Shrimper, Jun 25, 2016.

  1. ShrimperNew MemberMember

    I bought a plant on impulse (I know I shouldn't have, but it was so pretty on display) and not so sure what it is, any help? Its freshwater, is all I know. 2016-06-24 (1).jpg
  2. WeepingShadesOfIndigoValued MemberMember

    I am totally unsure but maybe look up   see if thats it? I just got some Ambulia and its mistaken for   so I have just been looking into that bias much? But think that maybe it?

    EDIT: Cabomia harder to grow but if its Ambulia then I must say Im loving it! Grows fast and is lovely. I had troubles with plants but wow this stuff is already taking off with my low light and is so pretty. Difference is light level and the number of leaves per node as far as I saw. Maybe look them both up and compare?
  3. jetajockeyFishlore VIPMember

    I'm going with myriophyllum simulans aka filigree myrio.
  4. ShrimperNew MemberMember

    I dont think it its ambulia, its leaf structure is diffrent I think it might be filigree myrio. Thank you both for your help, its most appreciated.
  5. PlantedTanksValued MemberMember

    I don't think it's myrio. That's an odd looking plant, almost looks like eurasian milfoil which is a wild plant that's invasive in most places.
  6. ShrimperNew MemberMember

    It looks like it could be either, how do I know which?

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