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Old 10-28-2020, 06:16 PM   #1
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Any idea if this plant ?

I bought this plant at petco about 4 months and his did insanely well in my 29 tall but I don’t remember what it is and can’t find it anywhere. Here is some pictures: it had some pretty bad bba and staghorn but I ended up tearing down the tank and moved them all to my 20 long and a 10 gal. Don’t think it will survive but who knows.
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Big Sword shaped leaves is Amazon Sword - the frilly leaves is Water Wisteria (or possibly Water Sprite, but the leaves seem larger).

The amazon Sword will want some substrate ferts. Other wise the leaves will likely begin turning yellow.

What are you you using for ferts now? They seem very happy!
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Hi! I used very little liquid ferts and they have been growing off my dirt below the rock/sand substrate! Thank you for helping identify what they were!
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You're welcome. The Sword will want more pretty soon, they are hevy root feeders. Looks really healthy!!!
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