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Heres my tanks

Discussion in 'Aquatic Photography' started by redcherryco2, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. redcherryco2

    redcherryco2 New Member

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    A few of you wanted to see my tank pictures, nothing special, some are work in progress but here we go.

    I have two stems of this plant. Would love to know what it's called.(2 of my shrimp seem to sit there all the time. =]]

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    I also got this plant too. I love it, But would also like the name of it.

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    This picture here is my 3 foot tank. Going to be my plant tank. but no CO2 at the moment. =[[

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    Another picture here, is one of my other tanks..I love it. My fish rule =P

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    And one more picture, Just a shot from inside my shrimp tank.

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    Anyway there you have it guys. I didn't show my 2 foot tank as it's empty at the moment. But when it's set up I'll upload. I know I have a lot of work to do and I would love some help and tips for my new planted tank. Thanks guys. Hope you enjoyed.
     
  2. Shadow

    Shadow Moderator Staff Member

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    plant on the first picture is Downoi (Pogostemon helferi)
     
  3. permafrost

    permafrost New Member

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    second picture looks like ludwigia repens?
     
  4. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    first plant is indeed p.helferi - cut of the top and it will get lots of side runners ;)

    second one seems to me to be Ludwigia palustris "red"
     
  5. MonoBarrientos

    MonoBarrientos New Member

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    Hi!
    Is very difficult get precisse ID of Ludwigia sp in the picture, because this plant exhibith several variations (polimorphism (?) .. sorry my english) ; can be red, green, narrow leaf or wide leaf, circle leaf etc , relationship with ambiental conditions and nutritional status. Maybe Ludwigia repens or L. palustris

    Greetings from Chile
    Gmo
     

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