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    can any give me common names of two plants, im at a loss in my research
    angel stripes.jpg
    the one is on the left and the other is on the right of my angel
    we are all on a journey.
    Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.

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    The one at the tail side of the angelfish might be hygrophila stricta, the one on the head side I don't know.

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    The one on the right is Hygrophila polysperma. On the left looks like Echinodorus bleheri
    <-- Click for journals
    "There is no right way to do the wrong thing." - KingFisher "Only bad things happen fast in this hobby" - Cliff

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    The one on the back left definitely looks like a sword plant, but the one in the foreground on the left would need a clearer photo.

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    thanks guys, ill repost a more clearer pic later in the day
    we are all on a journey.
    Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.

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    The plant on the right reminds me of one that was asked to be ID'd earlier on this forum: http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...d.php?t=100342

    It's hard to tell from your picture due to the resolution if there are serrations on the edges of the leaves or not. The plant in the link had serrated leaf edges. Unfortunately, I don't think that one was ever conclusively identified.

    If there are no serrations on the leaves, then I agree it's probably a Hygrophila.
    Last edited by biotsrama; 03-11-2013 at 02:34 PM.

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    the resolution is from my phone, not the best, no serations on the edges, the caqmeras i have is one 2mp and one 5mp.
    One things is im no photographer
    we are all on a journey.
    Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.

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    The one on the right is defninitely Hygrophila polysperma
    <-- Click for journals
    "There is no right way to do the wrong thing." - KingFisher "Only bad things happen fast in this hobby" - Cliff

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    plus 1 to everyone
    we are all on a journey.
    Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.

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