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|01-31-2013 02:42 AM|
Originally Posted by AzFishKid View Post
|01-31-2013 12:04 AM|
|homemadepopcorn||Yeah, I know... much appreciated.|
|01-30-2013 11:57 PM|
|01-30-2013 10:34 PM|
|Jeffww||Plants vary according to condition and the submerged form of a plant varies with the emerged form. Additionally the plant pictured is suffering severe deficiencies.|
|01-30-2013 10:05 PM|
Originally Posted by Tinanti View Post
is not precisely like the plant that I posted, and that fact too, is readily evident.
|01-29-2013 08:54 PM|
I got a question.
Submerged form kinda has elongated leafs right?
|01-29-2013 08:25 PM|
|01-29-2013 08:18 PM|
Maybe Rubin then
|01-29-2013 05:32 PM|
|987456321||it looks like a ludwigia sp. to me also|
|01-29-2013 05:14 PM|
|homemadepopcorn||Dang... do you remember if it is ludwigia? That would help narrow it down quite a bit lol.|
|01-29-2013 04:34 PM|
i agree it is not L. Gandulousa his leaves are more pointed. i have the exact same plant in my tank. but of course i forgot the name :-/ shame on me
|01-29-2013 04:23 PM|
|Tinanti||Yes, L. glandulosa.|
|01-29-2013 03:55 PM|
Re: Plant ID..?
And if you got it at your LFS it was most likely grown emersed.
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|01-29-2013 03:49 PM|
But l. glandulousa has a much more even coloration and is considerably redder than what I've got in the tank... the new growth is light green/yellow compared to the pictures of l. glandulousa. Leaves are also broader however the stem thickness seems consistent.
Nonetheless, it does seem like a ludwigia sp.
|01-29-2013 03:11 PM|
Originally Posted by h4n View Post
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