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>What's the scientific & common name of that plant used in the front
>cover of "The Optimum Aquarium". It's located in the 1st quarter of the
>squares, green color with spiral leaves; just behind H.Difformis.
If I had to guess, (though the picture is small) I'd guess Aponogeton
>I have 2 of those. Planted from seed (bulb?). Very fast grower indeed.
>The first is green but the second is somehow reddish/purplish green.
>These two plants were planted at the same time. About a month ago. And
>both are flowering...while other plants in the tank are not doing so
>well ! Comments??
Your comments make me fairly certain that A. capuronii is the plant _you_
have, even if that's not the plant shown on the front of TOA. This is
another Madagascar Apono. Very attractive plant.