Question Type of plant?

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It looks like a narrow leafs temple plant to me, but I’m not great at plant id. It cracks me up what they called it though “assorted leaf plant.” Ah yes, very helpful to whoever buys it and wants to know what it is lol
 
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Platylover said:
It looks like a narrow leafs temple plant to me, but I’m not great at plant id. It cracks me up what they called it though “assorted leaf plant.” Ah yes, very helpful to whoever buys it and wants to know what it is lol
I know they have no idea about live plants whatsoever
 

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At first I was thinking some type of garden vegetable? lol

Joking aside, that does look like emerged growth to me. If you want a more definitive answer, wait for submerged growth to appear. This may take a couple weeks. If you aren't able to id the plant, repost pictures of new growth then. My best guess of a plant with that type of structure is some type of hygro.
 
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Vishaquatics said:
Looks like a variation of hygrophila corymbosa, possibly hygrophila corymbosa sp siamensis
Will this plant grow in low light?
 

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