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Old 09-25-2017, 10:20 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone can give me a specific classification for all these?
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hygro pinnatifida
ludwigia repens x arcuata
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hygro pinnatifida
ludwigia repens x arcuata
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I can't confirm nor deny these claims. Off the record... I agree!
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The l. repens usually will get more red, and the Pinnatifida looks possibly grown out of water.
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The l. repens usually will get more red, and the Pinnatifida looks possibly grown out of water.
Yeah, I think they all three look like they've been grown emersed. The one on the far right looks like wisteria (Hygrophila difformis) in emersed form to me.
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