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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-19-2005, 01:42 AM Thread Starter
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plant ID please

What type of plant is this, it sent up a flower too if that helps:
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A Cryptocorine wendtii? Or blassii maybe?

I'd actually like to know what that tall sword in the back is! Is it an Echinodurus Aschersonianus?
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I'd actually like to know what that tall sword in the back is! Is it an Echinodurus Aschersonianus?
It is an Echinodorus bleheri.
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Looks like E. bleheri. The other one looks like Cryptocoryne x willisii, I think
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The one in the middle doesn't have an attached bulb does it?

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I'd like to see the flower. That would definetly ID the plant

The plant looks like an Aponogeton to me. The flower should tell us the variety.

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From the leaves displayed I would almost certainly say that it is a Apon. natans.

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Yeah, if you mean the plant with long stems and then the elongated leaf at the end, that's definitely an apon. species. I have tons of them, from bulbs purchased by Aquariumplants.com - so I'd bet Del is right: apon. natans
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Yeah, it's Aponogeton natans. Thanks everyone, your good
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