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Unidentified plants, and new planted tank setup.(pixheavy)
Hey all, I've been working on making my 38gal plant friendly. So far I've bought the Seachem's comprehensive treatment, and some Seachem's Flourish root tabs. I know I have 3 Amazon sword plants, but I've also got 3 unidentified plants, if anyone knows the names maybe you could help me out! I've built a light strip to help feed the plants an adequate amount of light (the 17w bulb wasn't cutting it). The light strip can be found here, http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/d...t-strip-49091/.
the first isnt supposed to be submerged in the water.it's a normal garden plant.i have those in the garden.they will grow in a vase filled with marbles and water but i don't think it's supposed to be in the tank.the third is a enchindorus paniculatus..the second im not very sure what it is
but it does look like a cryptocoryne lingua but i could be wrong.
I agree with kitten on 1 and 3. The second plant might be a crypt though not I suspect C. lingua, but I am more inclined to think it is an Anubias. B.
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