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theres two that i can think of you'll have to look it up to make sure the first is hygrophila difformis the second is hygrophila polysperma.they both come from the same family of plant called the acanthaceae both plants spreads through the bottom take doesnt take alot to look after either nice plant to have hope this helps :thumb:
 

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Thank you! :)
 

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I believe that plant goes by the common name of 'green hygrophilia' (not sure on the exact species name, but that should get you going in the right direction). ;)

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LJ said:
hygrophila polysperma
my guess as well. I seem 2 have 2 varieties in my tank, 1 which is the smooth leaved version as pictured there, and the second is similar to an oak leaf type pattern

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