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Old 01-11-2006, 05:51 PM   #1
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ok, more plants I need identified

The second one I want identified is on the left, basically not the wisteria.

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Old 01-11-2006, 05:57 PM   #2
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Looks like moneywort.
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I think the first one is like mine
http://www.fantasyreef.com/viewtopic.php?t=441
which jchillin preliminarily ID'd as moneywort...see if they are close to the same.
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ack! The dreaded "we posted at the same time!"
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I agree with the moneywort. The second pic maybe Didiplis Diandra?
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On the second pic I was also thinking Didiplis diandre. The stem plant with narrow leaves in the back. If not that, then maybe a Rotala sp. grown in poor light.
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I also thought rotala from the feal formation but the plant looked healthy so I decided against that one Great minds (or delusional ones at least) think alike
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If I gave you the first, it is Bacopa australis (from an emersed growth project). No experience on plant3, but tend to agree with Simpte from browsing pics online.
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on the first--definitely bacopa--if it's not the one czcz gave you, i would hazard a guess that it is bacopa caroliniana--giant bacopa. jmo
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