This is actually a dracinia. Not an aquatic plant, BUT you can grow it with it's roots in a hob fitter, or a riparium planter. With the leaves/stem/trunk sitting out of the water, else it will slowly rot
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Unfortunately, you can sometimes still find non-aquatic plants being sold as aquatic plants. The onus is usually on the buyer to do prior research to ensure they do not accidentally purchase a terrestrial plant.
But on the bright side, you now have a new house plant
Agreed with Darkblade....The store receives its shipments in large plant packs and "whoever" unpacks them to the untrained eye all plants in tiny black pots must be aquarium plants...there for into what ever tank they get thrown.....Safest best is to ask Darkblade before purchasing or check out the plant profiles section before purchase....because I spent 6 bucks on terrarium plants before, not knowing the difference, only to slowly watch them become slimey mushy shrimp food
29g Tetra Tank
100g Planted Angel/Clown Loach
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