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Bacopa sp. "Roraima"

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Hello everyone! A post of a unique Bacopa species is up on my blog AquaBiota! Here is an excerpt of what you'll find there, for the rest click on the link below! Thank you for taking the time to check out this post ☺ Enjoy!

Today's post will be on the unique Bacopa sp."Roraima" which hails from Brazil. While it is not anything new, it does have some unique qualities which set it apart from your typical "Bacopa"-look. Right off the bat what stands out to you and in my opinion makes this Bacopa something quite special is the long and curled leaves. When one thinks of a Bacopa, you think of round, circular, short leaves, but this one is different.

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Interesting. I'd like a fertile specimen of that.

Gratiola virginiana also has down curled leaves.
The submersed stems of this B. "Roraima" look hairy, aren't they?
I collected some Bacopa innominata in Florida last month and gave it to a friend. It now looks just like this.
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