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  2. We are after as many aquarium plant images that we can get, doing so will assist us in completing the aquarium plant database.

    https://barrreport.com/threads/aquatic-plant-images-wanted.14374/
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Items from Jason King

  1. Limnophila Brownii






  2. Lemna Trisulca






  3. Lagenandra Ovata






  4. Lagenandra Nairii






  5. Riccia Fluitans






    As the name says, this liverwort has long been used as a floating(fluitans) plant in aquariums and ponds. Under optimal conditions any branch or fragment can form thick mats under the surface which provide shade and a hiding place for babies. The tight growth pattern has been used by, among others, Takashi Amano, to form dense bright green carpets. This is accomplished by trapping the riccia plants under a mesh tied to wood or flat stones. However, the plant requires frequent trimming,...
  6. Marsilea Spp.






    Marsilea spp are amphibious ferns that are rooted in the substrate with submersed, floating and aerial leaves. The floating and aerial leaves resemble a four-leafed clover. The submersed leaf shape is influenced by environmental factors and can have four, tree, two or one lobes. The leaves are arranged mainly in 2 rows on the creeping rhizome with developed roots at the base. In typical fern fashion the young leaves are rolled. In nature it is mostly found in slow flowing or stagnant water....
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