Rotala?

  1. Tman2902

    Tman2902 Member Member

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    Not sure what type it is. However, I know it is some form of Rotala. Here are some pictures.[​IMG]
     

  2. Platylover

    Platylover Fishlore VIP Member

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    Indica?
     

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    Tman2902

    Tman2902 Member Member

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    Maybe? I have minimal experience with plants that don't start with Java!
     
  4. Platylover

    Platylover Fishlore VIP Member

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    Oh haha, that came up from a quick internet search, I'm practically clueless when it comes to plants...
     
  5. martini4

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    I have the same thing, I got from Petco. I believe it's rotala sp. Green
     
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    Picked mine up at Big Al's. Probably similar since they are both chains.
    Thanks
     
  7. angellover1007

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    I don't think it is rotala sp green as that tends to stay green. Probably rotala indica.
     
  8. jetajockey

    jetajockey Fishlore VIP Member

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    It's rotala rotundifolia. The stores label it erroneously as rotala indica, but it isn't. True rotala indica is the same thing as ammania bonsai. The reason why it is erroneously labeled is because the emergent form of rotala rotundifolia looks just like true rotala indica/ammania bonsai
     

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