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I'll give it a shot.

1. Lobelia cardinalis - emersed growth
2. Lobelia cardinalis - emersed growth
3. Hygrophila angustifolia
4. a Pothos vine- not to be kept completely submerged
 

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i will throw out there that #1 is definitely not lobelia cardinalis, lobelia cardinalis has rounded smooth leaves and is pale green. I know this sounds crazy but it looks like a tomato plant. #2 looks to be hygrophila of some type, #3 looks like a type of aluminum plant, #1 and #3 do look pretty non aquatic to my eye.
 

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i will throw out there that #1 is definitely not lobelia cardinalis, lobelia cardinalis has rounded smooth leaves and is pale green. I know this sounds crazy but it looks like a tomato plant. #2 looks to be hygrophila of some type, #3 looks like a type of aluminum plant, #1 and #3 do look pretty non aquatic to my eye.

Ok thank you i will keep researching
 

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Guys just the plant in pic3 is right which is Hygrophila angustifolia and it can live emersed or submersed that's it impossible to be tomato plant or pothos no1 no2 no3 are wrong plz anyone help me
 
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