Help from pros on identification of plants - The Planted Tank Forum
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Okay guys like a noobie I just started getting plants that were locally available to fill my tank. I researched some of them like anubias, dwarf hairgrass, wisteria, and Amazon sword, but don't have ID's on the rest and would like to compile a listing of all plant preferences, etc. Please help if you identify any of the pictured plants. Here is a full tank shot. I will try to get some close up tomorrow when the lights are on. Thank you all for your help in advance. Also if anyone has any suggestions to help sculpt the tank they would be much appreciated. I'm hoping in time the hairgrass will be a good "carpet". but will live with the bunches for the time being.

Oh there is also some Java moss growing on the rocks but its hard to see; looks much like algae from the pic.

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