05-14-2013, 07:56 PM
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I really am terrible with plant ID, lol, so I'm not even going to try! It does look sad, though, whatever it is. . . Personally, when I have had stem plants that were not doing so well in the past, I've always left them floating in the tank for a while. They'll thank you for the extra light, and usually (for me) bounce back far more quickly than when planted. . .
Three cheers for full spectrum lighting! As Boredomb mentioned, you'll need to get a fertilizer, and probably pretty soon if you want theses stems to survive. I'm pretty sure that most of us posting use Seachem Flourish Comprehensive, if you need a recommendation.