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These grids Plant I also love. Aponogeton fenestralis (or madagascariensis)
The grass-like plant from Java moss is Echinodorus tennellus.
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This is the wife's "new" tank, as I repurposed the 45 to turn into a shrimp tank for her. Most of the plants are Aegagropila linnaei, or Marimo Moss Ball, or Mossimo (Japanese), both on the ground and as the "leaves" on the small drift wood, though the plant in the back covering the filter is Cabomba (not sure if Aquatica or Caroliniana).

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Beautiful Cabomba. Moss ball I have not yet had, looks good.

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Then should the flashlight not hit into the lens of the disc.



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More plants for you Arthur! Side note, I might have mixed up the names on the Crypto and Hygro vs where I planted them.... Do you mind verifying?

Don't know what this one is:


Nor this one:


And not sure what this one is, either...:


Hygrophila Araguaia (the short one on the bottom center):


Cryptocoryne Wendtii Red:
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It looks as Rotala mexicana. And below Crypto. undulata

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Got a new plant with some mail order shrimp. Very pretty, it's probably 4 inches long at the moment, and a gorgeous pink colour. However, no one seems to know what it is:



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It may be Ludwigia repens var. Ruby, or
Alternanthera reineckii.

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