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I recently bought a lead bunch of Palustris from buceplant, along with a tissue culture of Ludwigia Arcuata almost two weeks ago. Once I started noticing thin leaves growing, I put one stem near the Arcuata just as a reference, looks very similar. So I was wondering if I ended up with Palustris?

In the picture, Ludwigia Arcuata on the left, the lonely stem of "Ludwigia Palustris", behind it is Heteranthera Zosterifolia
 

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Can be tough to tell when it's not yet in prime condition, but I also think it's probably brevipes. Another way to spot that one is leaves that are greenish close to the stem that get yellow and then orange farther out.
 
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