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Can anybody ID these beautifull plants?

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by argnom, Jun 25, 2009.

  1. argnom

    argnom Guru Class Expert

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    Hey guys, I found a picture of some really nice plants posted by Paludarium in another article about Flourish Excel in this forum, but for the love of Pete, I cannot identify them...

    Can anybody gove me a hand?

    Here's the picture:

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    And if the picture above does not work, here's a link to the original thread (scroll down).

    http://www.barrreport.com/co2-aquatic-plant-fertilization/4196-glutaraldehyde.html?highlight=polycycloglutaracetal

    /I have never seen anything like the "spikey" one or the "yellow and red" one. Same goes for the "red one" and the two "green ones" for that matter... They look great though. :rolleyes:

    Thanks!
     
  2. argnom

    argnom Guru Class Expert

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    I think I found one. I think the "yellow and red" is Nesaea pedicellata. But a gold cultivar.

    For those interested, aquariumplants.com has it (I know I'm ordering some :D ) :

    Nesaea pedicellata 'Golden'
     
  3. JDowns

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    Best guess from left to right.

    Bottom Left: Ludwigia Pantanal
    Top Left: Ludwigia Cuba
    Bottom Center: Rotala Macandra Green
    Top Center: Rotala Macandra Red
    Right: Looks to be Hygrophila Balsamica
     
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    and the top right red plant is P palustris.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
  5. argnom

    argnom Guru Class Expert

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    Thanks both of you. You guys know your stuff.

    :D
     
  6. argnom

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    It seems my guess was wrong... :eek:

    Thanks guys you know your stuff!
     
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