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what is this plant?

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plants & Planted Tanks' started by Leslie, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. Leslie

    Leslie Thread Starter New Member

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    what is this plant?

    ok. i got this crapy half dead ( didnt know it when i bought it) plant from the lfs. well i haveno clue what it is cause every time you ask them what something is they have ni idea. any way. its green, with red leaves, really skinny leaves. if i can i will take a pictures.( when i get unlazy :) ).
     
  2. Anonymous

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    I would totally need pics to help you. I am good...but not that good...LOL!!
     
  3. Leslie

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    ok.. well i got unlazy for a minute. so here is a picture. my da** camera doesnt work no more. so its a camera phone picture.
    pl.jpg
     
  4. Anthony

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    Looks a bit on the dying side...
     
  5. Anonymous

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    Off to go investigate as the pic is hard to tell.
     
  6. Leslie

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    when i bought it silly me didnt know it was half dead. :eek: now its coming back it looks a ton better than when i bought it. but that was a good peice. the come one at a time unplaced.
     
  7. LemonDiscus

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    Anachris?!?! Hard to tell from the picture
     
  8. James0816

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    Hard to judge by the pic. Doesn't look like Anacharis. Preliminary guess would be Frill or Red Foxtail. But you said it is red so that would take Frill out of the mix.
     
  9. Anonymous

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    I was going to say red foxtail too...but not positive.
     
  10. LemonDiscus

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    Red... Anachris is gone...hmmmm
     
  11. Leslie

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    can you post a picture lemon. i cant get one to come up
     
  12. Leslie

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    well post some pictures becqause for some reason this is the only site i can go on.
     
  13. LemonDiscus

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  14. Leslie

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    nope. i have that one thought.
     
  15. Leslie

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    nope not the foxtail.
     
  16. LemonDiscus

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  17. James0816

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    Would it be possible to get a pic of it in the tank? That way it may be fuller for comparison.
     
  18. LemonDiscus

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    Agreed! That pic kind of misses the base, which is important to see.... that and its overall size!
     
  19. MOD_Dawn

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    Hard to tell by the picture, as it seems to appear brown and dying/dead.
    Here's my guess (blood stargrass)
    didplis[1].jpg Mheterophyllumsmall[1].jpg rotalaW_small[1].jpg
     
  20. James0816

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    My only other guess has to be Rotala wallichii. Definately need another pic.