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Can anyone identify the plants used on the Fluval Stratum artwork? (specifically the 8.8 lb bag -- in case it is different for different sizes)...and specifically the tall, green, bushy plant

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Not sure why the link reads Robot or Human

...but I've been a member for 10+ years now...through several reboots of the site. Definitely human. The link is to walmart...but you can google image search Fluval Stratum 8.8lb and get the idea
 

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I removed the link so the system stops thinking this is spam.

But the bushy green plant looks like Narrow Leaf Java Fern. But it could also be a photoshopped version of a couple different varieties of Cryptocoryne. It's tough to say because of the massive amount of editing done to those images to make them appealing.

Update - looking at the bag I have of it on-hand, it could also be a somewhat photoshopped photo of a sword of some sort? The photo doesn't look entirely uniform.
 

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I am sooooooo bad at this game, but I do like to play it :p

My guesses are:

Top right - rotala rotundifolia
Top left - ludwigia super red
middle - mix of Hygrophila (Polysperma?, Corymbosa?, other subspecies?).
Bottom right - baby's tears?
Bottom left - water sprite cut absurdly short? (or photoshopped?)
 

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Hi @Optix

Terrestrial plant Natural foods Plant Ingredient Grass


Let' see

top left - Alternanthera reineckii
top right - looks like a Rotala, possibly Rotala 'H'ra'
middle - Staurogyne 'Porto Velho' (I grow this one)
bottom small leaf - Hemianthus callitrichoides
bottom lace leaf - Ranunculus inundatus (I grew this one in the past)

The only two I am not fairly sure of is the Rotala 'H'ra' and the Hemianthus callitrichoides. Hope this helps! -Roy
 
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