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Plant ID Monte Carlo?

leftran

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Hi all! First post here!
Bought some tennelus from the LFS here and it came with this tiny plants that I dont know what it is or how to take care of.
Appreciate if anyone knows what this is?

My only 2 guesses were Monte Carlo and Dwarf baby tears but it looks like it has a solid stem/rhizome looking part which now made me unsure.

Looking forward to see what people say
 

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Mick.Dk

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I'd say some Rotala type, too. The two Darrel mention are the two most obvious.
It is possible to grow it like this (on a piece of wood), but I really recommend you to plant directly in the bottom-layer. It will grow much better there.
 

leftran

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Thanks Mick and Darrel! I’ll go with caring it as Rotala then. Noted that it will work better in substrate, judging at how much roots it has. Thanks guys!
 

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