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Re: Hottonia inflata vs. Hottonia palustris
Hottonia inflata is native to North America and is a rare inhabitant in
cedar and cypress swamps. It is a floating aquatic.
See: http://www.usi.edu/science/biology/TwinSwamps/Hottonia_inflata.htm and
Hottonia palustris is from Europe and is sold by Tropica (#27 on their
list). Its a rooted aquatic, very pretty but apparently difficult to grow.
See: http://www.zoneumidetoscane.it/files/erbascopinaing.html or
http://www.molluscan.com/jordan/ for a nice picture.