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    Another plant ID

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    Heh heh... Another one... I suspect is Ludwigia sp.. But I am VERY bad at differentiating Luwigia spp.and Rotala spp....



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    It is not a ludwigia .. it is a rotala
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    i think it will be easier to id it when it is in better form.

    Looks like nesaea sp to me now.
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    See, I told you I am bad at Ludwigias and Rotalas... So, the ID?
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    Most rotala sp have round tip leaves, except for needle-leafed rotala like wallichiis.

    The leave form suggests more to the nesaea sp.
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    I would have to go with Nesaea sp. too.

    Well, get it to grow emersed just out of curiosity. Maybe flower it too and see for sure. Nice plant though.

    Min
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