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Just picked up some more plants, it was four bunches for a fiver so I took a chance on this one...



I'm hoping first and foremost that it's aquatic. If it is I'm hoping it's hygrophila of some sort.

Help much appreciated as always.
 

elisew

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Not 100% sure but it could be Hygrophila polysperma :unsure:
 

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At first I was going to suggest java fern but then it looks like there are offshoots from the primary stalks which doesn't make sense for the java. Perhaps some sort of sword, of which type I wouldn't be sure. I'm certain someone will be along to advise more accurately.

I don't think it's hygrophila polysperma because it doesn't match up with the pics.
 
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Not 100% sure but it could be Hygrophila polysperma :unsure:

Thanks, pretty sure it isn't Polysperma going off the pics.

At first I was going to suggest java fern but then it looks like there are offshoots from the primary stalks which doesn't make sense for the java. Perhaps some sort of sword, of which type I wouldn't be sure. I'm certain someone will be along to advise more accurately.

I don't think it's hygrophila polysperma because it doesn't match up with the pics.

Cheers. Definately not Java Fern, it does look good next to the Java Fern I already have though.

Any other suggestions?
 

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:D Hygrophila corymbosa is the quickest growing plant I've ever had :nod:
 

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