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Old 03-04-2007, 03:46 PM   #1
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Can you help me find the name of this plant? So far no good on the web sites.

The taller plants on the right.

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hey, at work there is a plant its name is "colossal" its urs i left it there i'm off till wen. later
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I have the same species in one of my tanks. I got it as Limnophila 'green'.

I found on aquatic plant central, they call it Polygonum odoratum.
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I've also got this plant. It's definitely a Limnophila species. It was called Limnophila sp. "Corkscrew" when I got it. It is quite fragrant, similar to L. aromatica, has three leaves per node, grows readily, even under medium light, and can get quite large. I love the color of it, a nice accent to darker greens
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Old 03-05-2007, 08:26 AM   #5
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Thank you guys.

From what I can find it looks like some type of Limnophila for sure, just have not nailed down the exact one.
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