Rotala wallichii

Discussion in 'Plant Help' started by pirotake, 14 May 2008.

  1. pirotake

    pirotake Newly Registered

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    Found some interesting (well, for me at least) photos of Rotala wallichii from a Taiwanese blog site and thought I would like to share this... R. wallichii is a native plant there apparently. According to the description all the photos here are R. wallichii.

    http://192.192.42.4/~tbgweb/cgi-bin/top ... 9&show=100
     
  2. Steve Smith

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    Some nice quality pics :) Nice to see how it flowers too.
     
  3. aaronnorth

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    I would hate a keyboard with those letters (symbols)!
     
  4. fishgeek

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    looks more like rotundiflora, isnt wallichi the needle like leafed one(i think of it as a fox tail)
     
  5. daniel19831123

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    One of the picture where it has needle leaves when it's submerged and then changes to rounded leaves when it's emerged. I guess the rounded appearance only happens to look like rotundifolia but it's actually wallichii. That set up is sweet. Would like to set up something like that in my own house someday.
     
  6. Themuleous

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    Yeh looks like rotundifolia to me too.

    Sam
     

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