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While the search functions are useful, I often have needs to access the ENTIRE listing of the Plant Finder so a quick link to it on the main page would be extremely useful instead of the laborious search for individual species via the search strings.

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It does not Gomer. There are several species that are missing from the "Aquarium and Pond Plants" selection.

Thank you for the suggestion nonetheless.
 

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Gomer said:
An easy way to do this is to use the last drop box and select "aquarium and pond plants" This will bring up every plant in the database.
Tony,
Double check. You can't view all the plants when checking off aquarium and pond plants
 

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That doesn't work either. I know that at least Ludwigia palustris isn't there when you do that.

I agree that you should be able to view them all at once. You know how you go into a store to buy something else and end up finding something new instead that you like? I believe the plant finder should be similar.
 

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I have chosen "aquarium plants" to get most of them and then "aquarium and pond plants" to get the rest. It is almost as quick as a view all choice would be. I wonder a bit how some plants got chosen for one or the other grouping, but it isn't important to me.
 

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See the latest incarnation of the Plant Finder portal. There is now a "View All" link at the bottom.
 
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