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    ID: New Plant

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    Hi all,
    Just got this plant from oversea, can someone help to ID it.
    Got spiky red thorn on it, don't remember seeing it in LFS.
    Thanks for the advise.


    Regards
    Chan
    Last edited by Dreamgarden; 28th Apr 2006 at 18:08.

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    cant see pic leh..

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    Some problem with the link, once sign out imagestation images will not be shown. Have changed it to attachments instead.

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    Why don't you upload it to the AQ gallery. You can link a full size picture from there too.

    Cheers,
    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    Looks like Najas species

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    wow..it looks cute!! but i have no idea..

    anyone??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamgarden
    Hi all,
    Just got this plant from oversea, can someone help to ID it.
    Got spiky red thorn on it, don't remember seeing it in LFS.
    Thanks for the advise.


    Regards
    Chan
    Its nice..but does it cuts you when you handle with bare hands?

    regards,
    Derric

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    Definitely a Najas sp.

    Najas minor?

    ck

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    Hi Derric,
    It just feel like normal plant/leaves.

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    Hi Dreamgarden,

    I have a similar plant too. Was meaning to post it up for ID'ing, but didn't get round to taking a picture of it. The whole plant looks exactly like yours, except its dark marron/brown or something. Got it from Chatuchak.

    Just wondering, what conditions you keep it in? I much prefer the colouration of yours to mine. My tank's 40 watts daylight FL over 20 L (2 feet), lights suspended 1 feet above water surface, dose EI, diy yeast co2.
    Regards

    MIN

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    Quote Originally Posted by primavera
    Hi Dreamgarden,

    I have a similar plant too. Was meaning to post it up for ID'ing, but didn't get round to taking a picture of it. The whole plant looks exactly like yours, except its dark marron/brown or something. Got it from Chatuchak.

    Just wondering, what conditions you keep it in? I much prefer the colouration of yours to mine. My tank's 40 watts daylight FL over 20 L (2 feet), lights suspended 1 feet above water surface, dose EI, diy yeast co2.
    Hi,
    I got from Hong Kong, after a few weeks in my tank it looks even nicer than the picture i posted earlier.
    My tank conditions:
    3ft with 180w PL
    temp 26.5 deg C
    PH 6.8
    KH 4~5

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    Najas sp. for sure, a very common plant here in Argentina.

    regards.

    Rickylp
    solo se que no se nada

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    Hi Moderators,
    I think my picture has been "stolen" over to Arofanatics, I tried to delete the attachments, but picture still shows up. Can you help to delete it.


    http://www.arofanatics.com/forums/sh...=1#post4183416


    Thanks.

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    Think it already has done edited
    Nicholas

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    cant seem to view picture of the plant.

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