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I have been having these for some times. Very easy as long as they're VERY moist! The creeping fig like thing will invade a vivarium, while the other aquatic thing makes long stems with few big leaves, like to have its feet in water.





tx in advance ;)!
 

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the creeping fig thing looks like, well... creeping fig ;)

the large leaf plant is Scindapsus pictus "Argyraeus"

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haha indeed ;)

for the other one, you got the wrong plant!! I know this is pictus pothos!
The other one on the cork, long thin stems with clover like large leaves, light green
i think its an aquatic plant
the second picture
 

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haha indeed ;)

for the other one, you got the wrong plant!! I know this is pictus pothos!
The other one on the cork, long thin stems with clover like large leaves, light green
i think its an aquatic plant
the second picture
i got it right, pothos is a misnomer, and is applied to a variety of aroids (wrongly). the plant "pothos pictus" doesnt even exist.

and the plant your asking about appears to be some Hydrocotyle species.

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by wrong, i meant that is not the one I was looking an id for!

for the other one, pennywort is the common name right? Tx a lot;)
 
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