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Old 12-04-2006, 08:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone recognize the plant linked to in this thread?

Can you ID this Ludwigia sp?
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Emc2,
I have what I think is the same plant. It was sold to me by a LFS as narrow leaf L. repens. This plant I believe to be L.repens X arcuata.
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Thanks for the reply Steve. Those pictures do look similar. Is it possible its a hybrid b/n L. arcuata and L. repens? Here is a link to a University of Florida photograph of L.arcuata growing emersed in the wild. http://plants.ifas.ufl.edu/ludarc3.jpg
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I agree that it is probably Ludwigia repens x arcuata, which means that it is a hybrid. I think this is a naturally occuring hybrid.
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Thanks for posting Aaron. It's pretty irregardless o fwhat it is.
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