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  1. Default Can someone identify these plants for me?


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    I am blown away by the look of this tank so much, that I am going to make my own tank with all of these same plants, maybe a few more. Could you guys please let me know what the plants are in this tank?





    P.S. Anyone have the above plants available for sale?
    10g - Planted - Male and Female Betta, 2 Gold Mystery Snails, Cherry Shrimp and a ton of Ghost Shrimp.

    10g - Planted - 5 Neon Tetras, 4 Cherry Barbs a boat load of snails and Ghost Shrimp

    36g - Planted - 4 Electric Yellows, 1 Albino Arautus, 1 Yellow Finned Acei, 1 Male Red Jeweled, 1 12"+ Pleco(ready for a new home. Any Takers?)

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    The orange-red stem plants in the back is Rotala wallachi, and the foreground is Riccia flutins secured to stones.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave66
    The orange-red stem plants in the back is Rotala wallachi, and the foreground is Riccia flutins secured to stones.

    Dave
    I thought this was riccia fluitans

    10g - Planted - Male and Female Betta, 2 Gold Mystery Snails, Cherry Shrimp and a ton of Ghost Shrimp.

    10g - Planted - 5 Neon Tetras, 4 Cherry Barbs a boat load of snails and Ghost Shrimp

    36g - Planted - 4 Electric Yellows, 1 Albino Arautus, 1 Yellow Finned Acei, 1 Male Red Jeweled, 1 12"+ Pleco(ready for a new home. Any Takers?)

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    Could it be Blyxia japonica ?

    10g - Planted - Male and Female Betta, 2 Gold Mystery Snails, Cherry Shrimp and a ton of Ghost Shrimp.

    10g - Planted - 5 Neon Tetras, 4 Cherry Barbs a boat load of snails and Ghost Shrimp

    36g - Planted - 4 Electric Yellows, 1 Albino Arautus, 1 Yellow Finned Acei, 1 Male Red Jeweled, 1 12"+ Pleco(ready for a new home. Any Takers?)

  5. #5

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    Yip looks like blyxia.... a really hard plant to keep happy... it usually dies off first before regrowing which makes the tank look really yucky for a few months
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