Wild Plants

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Forums' started by Jessica J, Jun 25, 2018.

  1. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    Anyone know what this plant is, i found it in a local river in nc. We think its some kind of anubias but not sure any help would be nice thx. IMG_20180625_111520_668.jpgIMG_20180625_111520_665.jpg20180625_110916.jpg

  2. Gypsy13Fishlore VIPMember

  3. -Mak-Fishlore VIPMember

    Not anubias because it has a rosette instead of a rhizome, but I don't know what it is. Following to see :)
    Also, which river? I might need to go looking!

  4. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    It was on the tar river, 2 we found were growing bottom in the river with leaves out of the water and had flower buds about to open they looked like white flowers, and one was completely under water. Hope they are aquarium safe they would look awesome in our 20g tall. 1529942785749.jpg
  5. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    The roots have a nod like the anubias nana we got from the LPS. Thats why we guessed anubias. Googled it and cant find one that looks exactly like it but they all look close.
  6. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    Here are a few better pics.you can see the node in the last pic it had lots of growth but i broke them trying to dig it out of the sandy bottom. But the node has good roots so it should regrow. 1529943541110.jpg1529943672863.jpg1529943780055.jpg
  7. smee82Fishlore VIPMember

    It looks almost like a sword but not quite posibly something similar
  8. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    Its a wapato plant. Its part of the arrow head plant family. You can even eat it lol. Thx for the help
  9. yukondogWell Known MemberMember

    I also collect wild plant here in N.W.Fl. I have tried those and wild banana plants and I think it is some type of crypt something, be carful of introducing anything you don't want into your tank. Are you going to treat them first?
  10. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    Im soaking it in declorinated water for a little while. I read its a broadleaf arrowhead. I think it will look nice in the tank.
  11. yukondogWell Known MemberMember

    I put one in my tank and some others after a bleach dip, they looked really nice and stated growing out of the tank, do you have wild bananas in NC.
  12. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    Im not 100% sure. We just started looking for wild plants. It would be nice because they are neat looking.
  13. Jessica JValued MemberMember

    It looks good, hopefully it will stay that way. I will update on how it does in a few day. 20180625_215955.jpg20180625_193431.jpg20180625_193416.jpg

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