Seed ID

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Minh Nguyen

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It is spring and there are lots of these seeds washed ashore in the back of my house. I have grow them in my sump/refugium before and they did great. Sorta grow like mangrove. Can anybody ID this seed? I got a great numbers of them at this time. They did great in my refugium. My tank crashed so I don't have any plants right now but I will have pictures of leaves in a few months. Likely this is a salt water plant that grow along shorlines here in Corpus Christi Bay. I have not seen the mature plant yet.
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Minh Nguyen

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Thanks to Dustin from Reefs.org.
These plant is the Black Mangroves (Avicennia germinans)
 

NaH2O

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Wow, Minh....great pics, and awesome ID! Let us know how they grow out for you....
 
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