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Old 04-13-2019, 10:14 AM   #1
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What species are these plants

Hi, I bought a mixture of random aquarium plants but I donít know the species can someone identify the 4 species in the picture and tell me:
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Second to last pic is ludwigia. Not sure which though. The last pic looks like a red ocelot sword. Not sure on the others.
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The second one looks like a large anubias. If that's the case you are going to want to unbury the rhizome (the bumpy part that the roots are attached to) so it doesn't rot on you.
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So the big lump that the roots are attached to just Rip it off and plant the stems individually?
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And also I read that the Anubias plant shouldnít be in the substrate and thrives better tied onto some wood but I donít like doing this will it still grow if itís submerged in the substrate?
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I have anubias in both my tank. They are planted in the substrate, the one I've had for over 5 years.
What you have to do is make sure the bumpy parts are above the substrate and only the roots are under the gravel. It may try to float up but it still grows well this way.
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