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plant id??

please help ID



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Could be Red Ludwigia.
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leaves are really small, it doesn't look like any ludwigia that I have ever seen. Leaves are smaller than ammania bonsai.


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Didnt notice you thumb and finger when i first looked
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I was going to guess ammania bonsai...

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looks totally different than ammania bonsai here is a picture of the back side of the leaves.


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any help? Its not Lindernia indian. At APC Cavan sugested some sort of limnophila


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i just recently bought something that looks very simalr to that labelled as rotala magenta
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how big are the leaves on your plant, this one the length is 1cm max


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Doesn't look like magenta to me. Magenta is narrow leaf and that one is more oval shapped.

The veiny bottom and the stem look off from macranda of magenta also.

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any other ideas? I'm sure its not rotala magenta (macaranda narrow leaf).


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Ever find out what plant this is? Were you able to grow it well?
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I have some and knew what it was at one time...lol I will chek into it when I get home. I think I kept a link when I bought it.
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nope never found out what it was, it does seem to be growing ok for me though. Nobody seems to be able to id it. I sent a stem to Cavan at APC to see if he could ID it based on a flower. He thinks it is some sort of Limnophila.


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Limnophila sp. "mini"?

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