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Old 09-06-2006, 09:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I remember somebody bringing some to the last meeting but for the life of me cant remember who....

Anyhow Id like to buy some if anybody who has some can spare it...
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there is riccia that doesnt float? i would also like to get my hands on some of that.
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Old 09-07-2006, 06:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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some one also sell me the sinking riccia he called it Japanese Riccia, try PM Jason Baliban
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It's the japanese riccia I had. Kurtis, it will not sink, and I do not know how to get it to sink, but some random pieces will grow dark green and will sink, that is very rare though....
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Yeah I got some tennelus from you and that riccia stuff ended up all over the place. I thought it was just dead riccia when it sank.
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Nix the Riccia...

OK then....Ive tried hairgrass and microsword and marsilea.....

Whats the fastest growing foreground plant.....
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Glooso or E. tenellus.
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I vote glosso as the fastest. Only because it covers ground faster. doesnt need to thicken up as much. Each leaf covers more substrate. THis also means you have to replant these two the most....
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Ok its off to hunt for some glosso.....anybody reading this thread have a decent amount to sell?
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