New Plant, What Is It?

Discussion in 'Plant ID' started by Emuhlee, Apr 11, 2018.

  1. EmuhleeValued MemberMember

    I got this at my lfs about a week ago and now im just in bed staring at it trying to remember what it is. Any ideas? 1523089142567.jpg this was taken right after a wc so the water is super cloudy.

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  2. DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    Could it be Ludwigia ?

    Are you allready informed about the plec ?
  3. EmuhleeValued MemberMember

    I have no clue what it is. Other than the tank being too small. He looks alot bigger in the pic than what he is. I will be getting another tank soon.
  4. DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    He will be quite huge !
  5. EmuhleeValued MemberMember

    I know. The guy at the pet store said he could live in the tank about another month maybe two before I need to get a bigger one. Working on getting a 55 gallon One, just need 50 more bucks.
  6. Thunder_o_bFishlore VIPMember

    A 55 will be too small. They can get well over a foot in length.
  7. JoeCamaroWell Known MemberMember

    Maybe you could just rehome the pleco and get a bristlenose. It will stay small.
  8. EmuhleeValued MemberMember

    All of them, or just certain ones? He had full grown ones in a small tank and said they wouldn't grow any bigger. They were about the size of my hand.

    My per store doesn't have any of those.
  9. DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    This one for certain. A shame it was sold to you !
  10. EmuhleeValued MemberMember

    People at my pet store aren't very smart. I've gotten alot of false info from them. I've seen alot of videos where people had plecos in 20-50 gallons and had them for years..
  11. CelestialgirlWell Known MemberMember

    There’s a lot of different kids of plecos though, and the one you bought is always big. It’s much more fun to buy one an appropriate size. From a selfish perspective: a smaller one has a lower bioload and you won’t have to do so many water changes. From an animal health perspective, that fish will have difficulty turning...
  12. EmuhleeValued MemberMember

    I am planning on getting a 55 gallon. Rifht now he seems really happy. Hes swimming around and eating and doesnt seem to have room issues atm. he's the only fish I have in the tank now.
  13. CelestialgirlWell Known MemberMember

    Sorry, I just realized your original post was about the plant and we all got off track!

    Did you google Ludwigia? It certainly be one of those...
  14. DreypaValued MemberMember

    Definitely ludwigia. Probably ludwigia repens or palustris.
  15. EmuhleeValued MemberMember

    Lol don't be sorry . I'm more worries about the fish
  16. ILLBETHEJUDGEValued MemberMember