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Old 07-05-2007, 10:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I just need a little bit of this stuff. Anyone near HB/north county have some they can spare? If so, let me know where and how much $.

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Old 07-06-2007, 12:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: WTB: a small amount of duckweed around Huntington Bch

jessem, try going to a petsmart or petco around you. Find the tank that has plants, and I can guarantee that you'll find enough duckweed to satisfy you. You can probably get it for free too, just ask for a bag of water with the stuff in it lol
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jessem, try going to a petsmart or petco around you. Find the tank that has plants, and I can guarantee that you'll find enough duckweed to satisfy you. You can probably get it for free too, just ask for a bag of water with the stuff in it lol
Yeah I used to work at Petco and we'd give it away or employees would take it for their tanks. I checked out the Petsmart right here by my house and they didnt have any. Ill stop by a couple of the Petcos here in my area and see if there is any.

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Default Re: WTB: a small amount of duckweed around Huntington Bch

If you dont find any and are willing to come to LB or I am in HB I have some for ya. Might have some riccia and baby shrimp mixed in if thats ok. Its coming from my outdoor shrimp tank and its been pretty warm so they might have bred in there by now...
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Actually, I have duckweed that's covering half of my 15 gallon tall and I live in HB on Warner and Beach. If you want, we could meet up at Tong's and I'll give you as much as I can spare or as many as you need.
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Actually, I have duckweed that's covering half of my 15 gallon tall and I live in HB on Warner and Beach. If you want, we could meet up at Tong's and I'll give you as much as I can spare or as many as you need.
That's cool with me! I looked at several LFSs today including a couple Petcos and Petsmarts and didnt find any. I live at Beach/Edinger. Tong's is cool with me. Let me know what day/time works for you. I just need a little bit... it's for a little betta setup.

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