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Hi.
I think all the people who keep plants (aquatic or not) like flowers, so:

Cryptocoryne nevillei/lucens



Echinodorus grisebachii


Anubias barteri var nana


Hygrophila corymbosa var stricta Nana


Alternanthera reineckii var roseafolia


Hydrocotyle leucocephala


Lindernia rotundifolia



Polygonum aquaticum



Thats it, i will update soon!!
 

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This pic´s i take today:

Sagittaria teres:


Echinodorus parviflorus/...peruensis:


Alternanthera reineckii var. roseifolia:


Eleocharis acicularis:

Detalhe em só uma folha:
 

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HI.
Here is some news.

Alternanthera Bettzickiana Rosea:


Alternanthera reineckii 'Pink' (roseafolia):


Echinodorus muricatus:


Echinodorus x Spidernet:


Eleocharis parvula:


Ludwigia repens 'Rubin':


Nesaea crassicaulis:


Samolus valerandi:


I hope you like.
 

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Hi,
I have my plants in a greenhouse.
The green house have a mist system, and this system reach the humidity at 98%.
The plants all most "dont know" they are out side water.
 

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I don't think that your Ludwigia plant is glandulosa. It looks like L. repens. Those are excellent pictures that probably would be useful in the PlantFinder. Contact Cavan Allen and see if he would be interested in using them.
 

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I don't think that your Ludwigia plant is glandulosa. It looks like L. repens. Those are excellent pictures that probably would be useful in the PlantFinder. Contact Cavan Allen and see if he would be interested in using them.
HeyPK: Im sure the plant is a specimen of Ludwigia glandulosa, i also have Ludwigia repens.
 

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The flowers of L. glandulosa have no petals and the leaves are longer, narrower and purple unless grown in poor light. Also, the leaves are alternate instead of opposite.
 

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It's really neat to see the emersed forms of some of these plants. This is new for me. Thanks! :D I have often thought an emersed px on the plantfinder would be nice, but then again probably too much work. The plant finder is already pretty amazing! (Thanks you guys, for all your hard work!) :D
 

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Hi guys,

Maybe this is the wrong place to put it but I didn't get much interest in the General forum. I have had L palustris in my tank for over 6 months and I just noticed it flowering. Here are some pics:







Has anyone ever seen ludwigias flower submersed? I tried to find pictures on the net but was unable to. IDK I though it was pretty cool.
 
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