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  1. Default I.D for these plants + requirements


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    I bought some new plants yesterday but would like to know what they are called plus what nutrients/light/co2 they should be getting?

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    29 Gallon: Veiltail Betta, White Cloud Minnows, Neon Tetras, Honey Gourami, Rummy Nose Tetra, Bolivian Ram, African Dwarf Frogs, Amano Shrimp

    6.4 Gallon: Halfmoon Betta

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    was their no label on the packaging? or on the tank they were in?
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    The bottom two look like some type of Ludwigia or Rotala, but I'm not 100% sure of that

    The top one reminds me of a Watermilfoil (Myriophyllum Tuberculatum) that I used to have

    That might help you to google a few pics and ID your plants
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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    Top picture is red myriophyllum.
    Bottom pictures might be hydrotriche hottoniiflora

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    Never seen a red myriophyllum. The normal one is pretty easy as long as your water isn't extremely soft.

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    The bottom one looks like stargrass to me - HETERANTHERA ZOSTERIFOLIA

    http://www.aquaticplantcentral.com/f...ails.php?id=67

    http://www.tropica.com/en/plants/pla...n.aspx?pid=096

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrozenTundra View Post
    was their no label on the packaging? or on the tank they were in?
    Can't speak for the OP, but around here loose plants are generally far cheaper than packaged plants. Sadly, loose plants are almost always sold out of unlabeled tanks. You pays your money and you takes your chances.

    -S

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