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Old 07-09-2006, 09:49 PM   #21 (permalink)
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ok. the limophillia is yours about the baby tears i'm not sure if they are umbrosum but i'll take some for you.

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Old 07-10-2006, 09:33 PM   #22 (permalink)
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mora, anything you want in return? I listed some plants in the first post that might interest you.
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Have:

-Cash
-Ludwigia repens x arcuata
-Rotala rotundifolia
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Old 07-13-2006, 01:58 AM   #24 (permalink)
 
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Bringing
Ludwiga brevipes
Rotala wallichii
R. rotundifolia
R. macrandra "Narrow leaf" / R. "Magenta"
Hydrocotyle leucocephala / Brazillian pennywort (emersed)
Christmas moss
a little Crypt parva
Bacopa australlis
H. difformis / Wisteria
Ranunculus papulentus

Can bring some of if anyone wants it
L. repens "Rubin" (emersed)
Java moss (emersed)
H. sibthorpioides (emersed)
H. verticillata
Glosso
a little R. pusilla
R. rotundifolia "colorata"
H. polysperma "Sunset"
C. wendtii
Blyxa japonica

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a stem or two of B. "Colorata" and R. macrandra "Green"
Any uncommon Crypt
L. cardinallis "Small form"
Tonina sp from Belem
R. hippuris
Taiwan moss

erijinal, I'm growing out bits of P. stellata "Broad leaf" and L. "Cuba," but am a moron and have mixed them up. You can have all of it if you want.

mora, are any of your Apistos suitable for a 10gal tank long-term? If not, are there certain Apistos you would recommend? I have lots of questions for you at the meet
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Old 07-13-2006, 07:33 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Hey Joe, I just got about five stems of bacopa colorata about two weeks ago, so by the time of the meeting I think I'll have a couple stems for you. The R. macranda "green" grows super fast and I'll have around five or more stems of those for you also. Sorry, I don't have any exact numbers at the moment.

Thanks for your offer on the P. Stellata and L. Cuba (pantanal right?). How many stems of H. verticillata can you spare?
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James, I don't need exact stem counts or anything, man Thank you! If anyone else wants it too I won't take all the R. macrandra "Green" or B. "colorata," of course; personally I really liked the open-style trading for stuff no one called dibs on at the first meet, where folks got what they needed and passed stuff around.
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Please correct me, but I think L. inclinata var verticillata "Cuba" and L. inclinata var verticillata "Pantanal" are the same species but from different locations and look very different, with L. "Cuba" being the larger, broader leaved plant. I got some of Ethan/fishfry's emersed L. "Pantanal" at the first meet but it still hasn't sent out submerged growth yet. If it does I will try to spread it around.

I'll bring a group of runners of H. verticillata, with probably 3-5 pads on it. FWIW it grows slower and doesn't like splitting/trimming as much as other Hydrocotyles in my tanks. Still easy to grow and the coolest looking though.
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I may also be trading my Tonina fluviatilis. I have a KH of 7, and the stems I received aren't doing very well in it. The tops look fine, but the bottoms are browning out. The healthy tops are around 2-3 inches tall.
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Old 07-15-2006, 11:30 AM   #28 (permalink)
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I lost a lot of my plants when I went on vacation for two and a half weeks So I will probably only have some stems to trade:
Probably bring:
Ludwigia ovalis
Ludwigia palustris
Hygrophila corymbosa 'angustifolia'
Rotala rotundifolia

Bring if someone needs a little or if it grows well in two weeks:
salvinia minima
java fern
anubias nana
glosso

All of my blyxa took a bad hit with the vacation So I probably wont have any to bring .

I am going to be starting a 60g as soon as I find some substrate and buy a co2 tank. I am willing to take any plants I can get to start it up. I would really like to make it into a low rocky iwagumi style tank but I think I will break it in with plenty of stems. It has Tek 4x54w, eheim 2217 with an inline heater and reactor so as soon as I get that co2 tank and substrate.

I will probably be short on cash so I am willing to trade for plants.
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Old 07-15-2006, 12:13 PM   #29 (permalink)
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William, I can give you a couple plantlets of blyxa
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Old 07-15-2006, 12:31 PM   #30 (permalink)
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I think I see a few little plantlets growing out of all the crud. I would still be interested in a few anyways but hopefully I can salvage a couple of my own.
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