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Looks like Rotala indica (false) to me, which is a fast growing stem plant under most situations. After many trims it gets unsightly. Then you can pull it all out and replant the tops. Sounds pretty labor intensive.

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its not growing very fast really, but then again i dont use any kind of ferts or co2. i will try and get a better pic later. when i way small tank im thinking maybe 12 inches long and about 6 inches wide

im happy just knowings its some kind of rotala lol. it used to have more of a pinkish tint to it. but after the move it has stayed green kinda silvery under the leaf when i snipped 2 this after noon.
 

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How about we just call it Rotala rotundifolia? :icon_roll
You certainly make a good point :)
My fault: I use common names when i do not remember how to spell.

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