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[APD] Re: Blyxa japonica and aubertii

"While we are on the subject, a vendor is selling
Blyxa echinosperma,
and s/he is claiming it is the same plant as Blyxa
japonica.  Is this true?"

No.  According to Kasselmann, echinosperma is a
variety of aubertii.  In any case, it is much larger
than japonica.  My aubertii grew up to the top of and
half way across the surface of my 30.  "echinosperma"
should be similar in size.      


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