IMHO, I do not think those are of the normal or giant duckweed varieties: the roots are too numerous, arching and long, the crowns are too far below the water surface, individual leaves are too far apart and the duckweed (even the giant ones) are still too small to be captured with that kind of resolution from a picture of a video. Instead, I think the green floaters are frogbit, Limnobium laevigatum. The red ones I cannot discern from the poor image; but, in the hobby, there are only a few floater options available and, among them, red rooted floaters, Phyllanthus fluitans, seem to be the most likely candidate.What plant is this in a shrimp tank? Thanks
Just a tip, you can press "PrtScn" (print screen, usually on the top of the keyboard, above arrow keys, to the right of F12) key on your keyboard and it copies what is seen on the screen. You can then paste the image onto a program such as Paint and crop/edit it if you want. That way you don't have to use a camera to take a pic of the screen and it comes out in better quality.Yes, it is frog bit. I watched another video of hers and she mentions frog bit but it is in passing. After researching, this is what it is. Sorry for such poor quality. I took it off the computer during a YouTube clip.
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