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Is this Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia (Cript 1)?
Looked all through the Freshwater Plants section. Can't seem to figure out what mine is. The closest appears to be Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia (Cript 1) but even with Googling other images, it doesn't seem quite right.
Please let me know if any of you do!
looks like an anubias nana to me.
i have those in my tank as well.they are really hardy =)
welcome to the forum! i agree with kitten_penang. I believe that it is some form of anubias. It is hardy plants that grows slowly and is good under low lights. It looks really nice in an aquarium :D
Remember to keep the rhizome above the gravel or it will rot. You can also attach these plants to driftwood and rocks.
It's Anubias Barteri Var. Broadleaf
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