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Ludwigia? ID

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plant Species' started by SingAlongWithTsing, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. SingAlongWithTsing

    SingAlongWithTsing Junior Poster

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    the green stem, leaves range from green, yellow, to pink
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    at least i think it's a ludwigia (was going by scent as dumb as it sounds)
     
  2. ForTheHalibut

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    Ludwigia repens is a very variable plant. I have wild collected three different dramatically different looking strains just here in New York State. I wish I had a more interesting answer for you, but this looks very similar to the ludwigia repens I purchased years ago at Petco:

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    Your's has taken on some really gorgeous color, but that doesn't mean it's a special cultivar or species - it's just something L repens does when given love and care, as I'm sure you have!
     
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