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The first one may actually be a Pilea also. There is one called P. hydrocotylafolia that looks like that. There is a Pep polybotrya that looks similar. Not sure if the Pep polybotrya I am thinking of is accurately identified though but the plant looks like that when young.

I don't think I ever had the name of that Pilea. I know its a highland species or at least appreciates cooler temps.

The Alocasia could be many.
 

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I should also specify that the first one is in a 4" pot, so the leaves are around 2" across, maybe 2.5", the second one is in a 2" pot and is very small and very slow growing.
 
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