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Old 09-28-2008, 05:31 PM   #1
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WTB: fresh water plants

I have a ten gallon tank with guppies in it and they are reproducing. I don't have lot of money to buy at store as they are around 10.00 for one little plant, and they have snails with them. I don't want snails in my tank as they might take over. LOL PM me if you have something. Thanks in advance.
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what kind of lighting do you have? Basic florescent?
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it is for fresh water and saltwater:

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fresh water is new to me, since i have a saltwater background. It seems funny when i say that.
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That light will grow some plants, but not many, its considered low light.

Look for Crypts,Java Ferns,Mosses, Anubias, ect.. not much else will survive.

If you look around on the forums you should be able to find some for cheap.
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i have lots of low light plants just pm me if your still looking.
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