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I tossed a few seeds in my dish and over time lost the id its a possibility of a few things but was wondering if anyone sees anything familiar in this tiny plant that they could take a guess at to help me narrow down the list a bit. If not no biggy but thought id take a whack at IDing it.

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Thanks in advance
 
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The photos are a bit unclear, and it's difficult to tell if the plant is leggy due to growth habit or low light (I'm thinking the latter due to all the live Sphagnum surrounding it). Give it some time, it's practically impossible to tell right now.
 
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Most of the seeds were of D. Peltata, D. Petioles, D. nitidula, D. Paradoxa, D. sessillifolia, D. Affinis or D. Auriculata
If that helps any.. I forgot to list what they could be in the original post. If it doesn't help oh well. The light should be fine my cephs are pitchering like crazy under it :)
 
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They are so itty bitty its hard to take a clear shot on my phone of them those are the best i could do at the moment all tge green throws the camera off i think. Thanks anyways
 
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