Plant ID quiz

Ed Seeley

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aaronnorth said:
Well I was wating until someone else had a go but seeing as they haven't... I'd guess that was Anubias congoensis or at least the plants often sold as such in stores.
 

Ed Seeley

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I'm in two minds with this as I'm struggling to appreciate the scale easily.

If it's tiny then is it either Star, or cement moss?

If it's a little larger is it some tiny Rotala (or similar) stem plant?
 

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I actually bought this as Fissidens splachnobryoides. It's growing emersed (it's actually growing better on the braces which are out of the water, but damp). Whenever you touch it spores come off and float on top of the water. In the previous pic it's about 2mm high. Here's another pic that's been growing for maybe a year, floating amongst riccia:

 

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