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Old 09-18-2003, 01:20 AM   #5
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Some form of Eleocharis hairgrass. Not so sure I like this one too much.
It looks like japanesse rush. I think it is a Eleocharis sp.

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Not a very good pic, but I'm thinking it might be some sort of Bacopa. It is growing like gangbusters and I'm probably going to have to move it to a different area of the tank. The tallest stalk was maybe 3 inches when I got it on Saturday and it is 8 or 9 now.
I think that is a ludwigia sp.

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Pennywort? I just noticed this morning that it is pushing up a new leaf. It's so cute
yep, or some other hydrocotyle sp.

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This is an interesting one. It looks like a sword of some sort. Closest match I can find is Echinodorus cordifolius "Ovalis". I found it growing emersed and I'm hoping that the leaves that it will convert to submerged.
On the money, definitely Echino cordifolius. These get large over time.

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No idea on this one. Another one I found emersed. It is starting to flower like crazy. Another sword species?
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Sagittaria form. I have seen this plant a lot in pond stores.

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This one I found on the shore but it looked an aweful lot like Hygrophilia so I thought I would give it a try.
I think that one is bacopa - bacopa caroliniana (AKA giant bacopa)
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