Notice the rounded leaf tips and the leaves are only 2 inches long ATM. They may get a little larger as it matures. Can anyone ID it? Thanks
Will do. Thanks for the helpAgain, my experience is that these kinds of things usually turn out to be regular Java fern in the end. Could you have something unique that maintains unusual growth and size characteristics under varying conditions? Sure, it's possible. Is it likely? I'd say that it probably isn't. You could update us in a while, preferably after you've given it to a few different people.
Does your Java fern adhere to rock or driftwood after a long time? I had mine that seems does not attach itself to any kind. Its just floating even when I tied them with sewing thread for the first time they were planted.I think the anubias is anubias minima. I got it from Texgal.
As for the java fern, I've kept it in five different tanks with different substrates, light levels, fert regimes, some with CO2, some without. It stays that small. The leaf tips aren't all rounded any more, but it still stays really small.