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Old 01-16-2007, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a bunch of Ludwigia i am trying to get rid of. i have posted in a few forums and found a few people to take some but i have a lot of this plant. i dont want to just toss it. would rather get some more plants or a fish or two for them. the lfs close to me dont seem to have any plants so not going to waste my time trying there.

any ideas? i am in norwalk which is next to Cerritos and close to long beach.

if anyone is looking for some and want to pick it up let me know. i think i have 100+ stems to get rid of.
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Old 01-17-2007, 09:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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L. repens?

I wouldn't mind a ton. Just setup a 40 gal. breeder and wouldn't mind a bunch of plants to start out with. Let me know!
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Old 01-18-2007, 08:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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how much you gonna sell it?
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your welcomed some for free. figured a store would a store would be able to take it all and might be able to get some new plants out of it.
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well its for my personal tanks, but on our store we just accept donation and we dont do store credit or exchange for the stuff that customer will give, Sorry for that.
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mgamer...when do you think I could drop by? It's a bit far away, so maybe I can find some time this weekend. =)

The 40 gal. is waiting for plants. >: -)
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but on our store we just accept donation and we dont do store credit or exchange for the stuff that customer will give, Sorry for that.
That's too bad. Giving store credit at 1/3 what the store can sell it for is a great way to build a base of dedicated customers.

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I got a ton of hygro polysperma if you want to trade for some of that...

I have some mosses too that could use some thinning......

Guppy grass...micro sword....
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what kind of mosses do you have? Depending on the types, I'd be interested. I have an assortment of plants if you want to trade, otherwise, I can go for cash!
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