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Old 01-16-2010, 03:02 AM   #1
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FS Anubias,Floaters,Moss,Pelia,Driftwood—MD,Shipping Only

All plants posted are great for beginners and easy to take care of. High lights and fertilizers/C02 are NOT NEEDED, but can help with growth.

I do not have heat packs, watch your weather. Shipping will start this TUESDAY. Most plants sold will do great growing on driftwood and usually attached to driftwood (mosses/pelia/subwrassertang/anubias/java ferns).

THE POST OFFICE IS CLOSED ON MONDAY DUE TO MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY.

Riccia- $3 per portion
Java Moss- $3 per golfball
Pelia- $4 per golfball
10 Malaysian Trumpeter Snails- $1
Shipping is $7, I accept Paypal.

Red Root Floaters/Water Lettuce- $4 per handful
Pennywort and I believe Brazilian Pennywort (larger version)- $4 per portion








Random Stems Package- $20 + FREE SHIPPING, combine with anything else and still get free shipping! Perfect for a beginner to start with easy to care plants.
-I only care for low light plants which can easily be cared for without any fertilizer or high lights, just dual 5600 k lightbulbs if not less.

Plants from this tank, my 10 gallon, and my 29 gallon tank.


Softball Package- $20 + FREE SHIPPING, combine with anything else and still get free shipping! Perfect for a beginner to start with easy to care plants.
****JUST TO LET YOU KNOW****, this comes from my assassin snail tank. And likely will have pest egg sacs as well as could have assassin snail eggs. The plants will not be separated, and will be packaged together.
- This softball consists of a lot of subwrassertang (round pelia), Pelia, java moss, flame moss, and any other odds and ends.



Anubias Minima- $4 each 2 left


Anubias var Barteri- $4 each 3 left
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DarrylR: What is an assasin snail and what kind of pest infests the plants? My experience to date is that snails are a pest, except for the moon snail we had that was twice the size of the clown fish who ate it and then died. Filter Mechanic
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This is a good deal on these plants especially for beginners. I don't have any more room for plants

Most snails are an indicator of the health of your tank if you have an over population then you are most likely over feeding. If you see MTS out during the day headed for the light you better check your water make sure the ammonia is 0, they are very sensitive to water quality. Assassin snails actually kill other snails, Anentome helena I got some for a friend that has more snails than he likes.
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DarrylR: What is an assasin snail and what kind of pest infests the plants? My experience to date is that snails are a pest, except for the moon snail we had that was twice the size of the clown fish who ate it and then died. Filter Mechanic
Assassin snails are fairly new on the market, who will breed in Freshwater but with a 70% chance of the eggs actually hatching and surviving. And they do indeed other snails pests (MTS, pond,ramshorns) as well as mystery snails/brigs and nerites. But can co-exist in the same tank with shrimp.

On my plants I do pick off any snails I can find cause I breed them for my assassin snails, but I will usually make sure to snag any egg sacs or snails I see.

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This is a good deal on these plants especially for beginners. I don't have any more room for plants

Most snails are an indicator of the health of your tank if you have an over population then you are most likely over feeding. If you see MTS out during the day headed for the light you better check your water make sure the ammonia is 0, they are very sensitive to water quality. Assassin snails actually kill other snails, Anentome helena I got some for a friend that has more snails than he likes.
Very much so correct on this information.
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I've heard riccia can grow on land. Is this true?
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I've heard riccia can grow on land. Is this true?
Do you mean immersed and emmersed? Than I believe so cause people are able to grow it underwater on stones as well as any riccia that clogs in a filter hang on the back filter system, it will continue to grow.

As for straight land, it would need a bit of humidity to survive.
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Ok. I'm creating a vivarium soon (a few months) and I've seen people use it in their tanks (aquariums and vivariums). It looks really cool.
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