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need plant id please..

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by adrideh, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. adrideh

    adrideh Junior Poster

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    hi guys, recently i went traveling to a small island in indonesia which the water consist of gh 0 tds 12.....ph 5.5....and clear brown in colour .the island was well known for the green/pinno arowana......when traveling into one of the small stream, i discovered a small grass looks alike plant...either ariocaulon fam or what else...it is around 2 cm wide and 1.5 cm hight.....please need id for this plant thanks..

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  2. adrideh

    adrideh Junior Poster

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    i also need id for this plant...i found it in the water...thanks:)

    this is where i found them..

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    these are the plant..
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  3. adrideh

    adrideh Junior Poster

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    more id needed..thanks..:confused:

    this is what found when it is emerse..

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    same plant found submerge..

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    this what happen when grown in my aquarium

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  4. adrideh

    adrideh Junior Poster

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    more id needed...other plant species...still no idea...this one is submerge..height 14cm..

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    thanks..
     
  5. shoggoth43

    shoggoth43 Lifetime Charter Member
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    No idea, but it looks pretty neat. I could see using that as a very good foreground plant if it does well.

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