06-17-2010, 11:01 AM
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No. 2 is not Wisteria
, I agree the leaves look similar, but not that root system and Crown. It looks like a species of Ceratopteris that has been grown planted in the substrate. Ceratopteris is best floating, but it can be grown planted.
No. 3 I would agree is probably a crypt. Cryptocoryne parva
No. 4 could be Sagittaria or or Echinodorus tenellus. My E. tenellus and Sagittaria look identical (except Sagittaria is taller, but that is just the species), and both look like this plant. I'd not think Vallisneria for this one.