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plant's ID pleaseeeeeeee

Discussion in 'Are you new to aquatic plants? Start here' started by Deiota, Oct 8, 2009.

  1. Deiota

    Deiota Prolific Poster

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    hello!
    can you please help me identify this plants?

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    thanks
     
  2. abcemorse

    abcemorse Prolific Poster

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    2nd one looks like wisteria (hygrophila difformis), 3rd looks like another hygro of some sort I should know but can't think of, dunno on the others
     
  3. Calmer

    Calmer Junior Poster

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    I believe number 4 is Hygrophila polysperma 'Rosanervig'
     
  4. Deiota

    Deiota Prolific Poster

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    what about number 1 and 3?

    thanks for your effort, you're probably correct
     
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    wilsar Prolific Poster

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    my guess is

    1. Ludwigia repens
    2. Hygrophila difformis
    3. Ludwigia repens
    4. Hygrophila polysperma 'Rosanervig'
     
  6. Deiota

    Deiota Prolific Poster

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    thanks for your oppinion. please review plant 1 and 3 since it's not the same for sure...
     
  7. Deiota

    Deiota Prolific Poster

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    does the 1st one looks like Ludwigia palustris? or Shinersia Rivularis in bad shape?
    thanks
     
  8. Steven

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    But I think the 4th is Hygrophila Polysperma 'sunset'/ Sunset Hygro and it will become red if the light is strong enough but I may be wrong :).
     
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