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Help Identifying a plant.
So this little guy manage to hitchhike from a locally owned fish store,onto my dwarf sag,and into my aquarium,haha.I have no idea what it is,since when I first saw it it had one leaf.Now it looks like this and grew roots.The leaves look like on of the clovers on a four leaf clover,and I have been googling for the past couple days looking for what this is. Id love to what this plant is,so I can accommodate for it.
You should grow it out to a bigger size for easier identification, but it looks like pennywort plant, I'm sure. :)
Hi and welcome to tropical fish keeping!!
I was kinda thinking the same thing. It does kinda look like Brazilian pennywort. If that is what it is you can let it float and it should help it recover and start growing longer and produce more leaves.
It looks like pennywort to me too! I love pennywort, and grow mine planted. Its beautiful.
Thanks so much,I really appreciate it :)
Pennywort was my first guess too... Lucky! I never see it at my LFSs.
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