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Matuva

Hi folks;

I have some buce in my tanks. Those are quite nice plants.

Though,when I got them a while ago, I messed with the tags provided with each plant, and now I'm completely lost in naming them. Any Buce gourou can help?

 

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599a43cde0f96_BuceH.thumb.jpg.7de050de66a23c5cb07dfd3a143103b4.jpg

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jayc

Where is @Foxpuppet and @lodo when you need them?

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Foxpuppet
Where is @Foxpuppet: and @lodo: when you need them?

lol I have a hard enough time identifying my own ;$


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