Jamey C – December 21, 2014:
Nice different, mid background plant.
charles – December 23, 2014:
Jamey, Guppy grass is a fast growing virtually rootless plant that doesn’t float but sinks to the bottom. We find it to be an excellent plant for fry to seek refuge in and is great for egg scattering fish.
Jamey Craig – April 4, 2015:
Thanks Charles, guess I was sorta right on description, looks nearly identical to some Najas I collected in New Orleans,LA. vicenity.
charles – April 15, 2015:
Sorry for the tardy reply. I didn’t notice a whole group of comments for some reason.
ITIS.gov lists four valid sub-species of Najas guadalupensis found across the Gulf coast states. So, yours is probably one of those.
Not that bad
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