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Old 01-15-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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I am looking for floating plants like duckweed, water letuce, salvinia minama, and others. PM me or reply if you have any for sale or trade.
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Old 01-15-2012, 10:21 PM   #2
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Hornwort. Anything to trade?
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Old 01-15-2012, 10:36 PM   #3
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Hornwort. Anything to trade?
Lots of stuff. baby RCS, java moss, baby java fern, and some miscellaneous stuff like a volcano ornament.
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Lots of stuff. baby RCS, java moss, baby java fern, and some miscellaneous stuff like a volcano ornament.
I'd like some java moss!
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I'd like some java moss!
I don't have much of it now, but it is growing fast.
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I have large amounts of duckweed, Salvinia minima, hornwort, and Najas indica available. The duckweed would be a hitchiker on any of the other plants.
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I don't have much of it now, but it is growing fast.
Cool! I just need small amounts to attatch to DW
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Old 01-15-2012, 11:27 PM   #8
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Cool! I just need small amounts to attatch to DW
Isn't Hornwort the kind that looks like cabbage?
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Nah this is hornwort
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Oh... I thought it was some other kind of plant... Oops
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Oh... I thought it was some other kind of plant... Oops
Oh sorry..dont want it? It still grows quickly and makes a nice canopy
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Oh sorry..dont want it? It still grows quickly and makes a nice canopy
No thanks, it looks more like a substrate plant IMO just because it is long and skinny and the branches go up if it was planted roots down. It looks nice though.
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No thanks, it looks more like a substrate plant IMO just because it is long and skinny and the branches go up if it was planted roots down. It looks nice though.
Ok no prob
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I've got dwarf water lettuce, salvinia minima and duckweed.
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I found some. But thanks for the offers.
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