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It's a little difficult to tell when it's bunched up; can you put a single stem (anchored at the bottom) in a tall vase or glass so it will be easier to see the structure of it?

Pogostemon octopus is a possible ID, as noted above, but there are several other species that look rather similar and are relatively common in the hobby.
 

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Thanks for the quick reply! I purposefully selected the MEDIUM photo resolution so this time, imma send three more pix in FULL resolution. The 3rd pic is yet another I don’t know the details let alone it’s NAME LOL





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That bottom pic looks a lot like an emersed-form hygrophila to me, possibly hygrophila polysperma.

If it's hygro, be ready to do a lot of pruning. They're generally pretty easy to grow, but they're also generally too easy to grow and can quickly become enormous plants if not trimmed regularly.
 

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That bottom pic looks a lot like an emersed-form hygrophila to me, possibly hygrophila polysperma.

If it's hygro, be ready to do a lot of pruning. They're generally pretty easy to grow, but they're also generally too easy to grow and can quickly become enormous plants if not trimmed regularly.
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