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a little bit of mystery to all

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Mowa, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. Mowa

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    Would anyone else like doing puzzles
    I will resolve it then tomorrow ...
    VG Monika
     
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    I'm sure this isn't the right answer but I try anyway: nasturtium?
     
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    for sure I want.... :)
     
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    another hint?
     
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    Hei Ev, The next larger photo .. then it is clear :)
    Hutpilzpflanzeblüte.
    here you go
    VG Monika
     
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    Hei Ev, The next larger photo .. then it is clear :)
    View attachment 555
    here you go
    VG Monika
     
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    Hi Mowa, Is it Hydrocotyle leucocephala ? :)
     
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    I believe its Hydrocótyle verticilláta
     
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    Yeah, the candidate has 100 points:clap: ... it's your turn:D
    Hutpilzpflanzeschale.
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    Thank you Roy - you made me think the right one...

    I urgently need my new glasses - then perhaps I would have recognized the same flowers like Monika's - I saw them one hour before in my house and even posted the photo here... :cool:

    ok: this at the moment flowering plant is in my pond, native....
    and you find it in lots of cultivars in the tanks, too - I never could keep it in the aquarium for a longer time yet...
    The plant in my pond is from a little brook about 2 km away

    They are very hard too differ from each other anyway - so the latin "family name" is enough!

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    Nice pikture...
    Die Art hab ich nicht...
    VG Monika
     
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    Evelyn

    A very nice looking plant.

    Strange it grows outdoors and not in an Aquarium.

    Keith:):)
     
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    Hei Keith,
    you can view the plant in any case in aquarium keeping, leave only grow emersed (Wabikusa) and then wupp the aquarium (against algae and parasites) I have also made first. It grows very well.
    VG Monika
     
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    So my friends - what is it? Look at its leaves under water ....

    a very common plant!
     
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    Myriophyllum :D
    VG Monika
     
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    Right Monika :clap:
    now it's your turn again!

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    That stuff is very invasive in my pond
     
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    Hei Ev, I just looked into this, which Myro that is ... it's probably Myriophyllum spicatum. Is this safe for all seasons? My go in the winter in the pond always broken ...
    Would interesssiert some stems ... possibly in exchange for other emergent aquatic plants for a Wabikusa for you :)
    My mystery picture noon today
    VG Monika
     
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    Hi Mowa, Cannot wait till noon :D I am enjoying this thread great fun :)
     
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    great thread :clap:

    and a great way of learning.
     
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    Ok...quick and dirty so you do not have to wait long :fat:...
    Rätsel13.
    VG Monika
     

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