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Need help IDing plants! PLEASE =< (lots of pictures)

Hi, I am trying to convert my sorority into a planted tank, so i tried ordering some plant packages online. But the person i was ordering from ran out, so instead he sent me a trim package. He sent alot of plants for 30 bucks, but i have no clue what they are!

Thanks in advance!!




Please help me ID them so I can google them properly plant them (buried or float or weighted down), and place them (background foreground middle?)'

Even if you just know the name that is fine!

1. Some kind of Bacopa (Green_flash, sarahspins, JMN16150)


2. Cyptocoryne lutea and crytocoryne wendtii (JMN16150, pirayaman)


3. Dwarf hair grass(sarahspins) or long hair grass (JMN16150)


4. Ludqwiga repen (JMN16150, pirayaman) or Ludwigia glandulosa (AirstoND, Azfishkid)


5. Rotala sp, rotundifolia (JMN16150)


6. Erios Pakeri (Green_flash, JMN16150)


7. rotala (pirayaman, JMN16150)

8. Jungle val?


9. Anubias Nane Petite(green_flash, JMN16150)


10. Cabomba caroliniana (JMN16150, pirayaman) or limnophila sessiliflora (aokashi)


11. HG dwarf baby's tears or micranthemum (JMN16150) or glosso (pirayaman)



Also got this from a nice friend, LOTs and LOTS of moss. He doesn't know what type.
Xmass moss/mini (Green_flash, sarahspins, JMN16150)


Sorry if the pictures are HUGE, i dont know how to resize in BB code =<

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1. some sp of bacopa?
6. Looks like Erios Pakeri
8. Appears to be Rotala sp green?
9. maybe anubias nane petite?
Moss on the stones looks like xmas or mini xmas?
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I agree with #1 being some kind of bacopa, #3 is definitely DHG, the rest I don't know... but the moss looks like christmas moss to me. Java moss is stringer and not as branchy.
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2 crypt 4 ludwiga 10 cabomba 11 glosso
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8 some sort of rotala

also 5-7-8 are same thing

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1. Bacopa sp.
2. Cryptocoryne lutea and cryptocoryne wendtii
3. long hair grass
4. ludwigia repen
5. still viable, some rotala sp., I think it is rotundifolia...
6. I agree with Green Flash
7. and 8. I agree with Green Flash
9. malnourished anubias 'nana'
10. cabomba caroliniana
11. HG Dwarf Baby's Tears or micranthemum..
12. I agree with sarahspins
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Need help IDing plants! PLEASE =&lt; (lots of pictures)

#4 looks more like Ludwigia glandulosa.


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#4 looks like ludwigia glandulosa
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11 is def glosso sorry to share
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11. might be baby tears
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1. Bacopa caroliniana
2. C. walkeri (maybe)
4. Ludwigia glandulosa (alternate leaves. repens leaves are opposite and rounder)
5. R. rotundifolia
6. Eriocaulon parkeri (probably)
8. A Cryptocoryne
10. a Limnophila (sessiliflora, indica, or heterophylla most likely, but impossible to say which)
11. Hemianthus glomeratus (probably. not glosso)
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thanks for all the help guys!
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they are all planted =D

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