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Three different packages, all outlined below (sorry, no substitutions), all plants in labeled, individual ziploc baggies and were just pulled from the tank and placed in the baggies dripping. Shipping is USPS Priority. Paypal payment from non-CC sources. PM me with your interest, payment must be made within 2 hours of my reply or I will need to go to the next person (sorry, but too many "I'll take it!" PM messages in the past that then never pay when others were waiting). No heatpacks so watch your weather, here in San Francisco it is in the 70's lately. Any of the packages can be picked up in person in Albany, CA (near north Berkeley) Monday night (17th) or Tuesday in downtown San Francisco for $12.00 each.

Package A - $22 shipped - SOLD

Didiplis diandra - two rooted stems, nice
Polygonum sp. 'Kawagoneum' - 1-2 stems, rooted; one lower, one a tip
Salvinia - nice floater, handful
Xmas/Taiwan moss - almost a baseball-size clump
Needle-leaf java fern - long rhizome, with about 20+ leaves
Java fern (trident?) - leaves are indeed trident-ing, two rhizomes 1-4 leaves each
Bolbitis heudelotii - two rhizomes, about 4-5 leaves on each
Hygrophila salicifolia - nice rooted stem with branches
Anubias nana 'petite' - three rhizomes, about 3-4 leaves on each
Potamogeton gayi - one rooted stem
Heteranthera zosterifolia (Stargrass) - two, small rooted stems

Package B - $22 shipped

Didiplis diandra - two rooted stems, nice
Polygonum sp. 'Kawagoneum' - 1 rooted base stem with side shoot, starter that should take off with care
Salvinia - nice floater, handful
Xmas/Taiwan moss - almost a baseball-size clump
Needle-leaf java fern - 2-3 long rhizomes, with about 20+ leaves
Java fern (trident?) - leaves are indeed trident-ing, two rhizomes 3-5 leaves each
Bolbitis heudelotii - two rhizomes, one with many leaves, other 2-3 leaves
Hygrophila salicifolia - two nice rooted stems with branches
Anubias nana - two rooted rhizomes with 3-4 leaves each
Red Tiger lily - 3-4 leaved small daughter plant with roots
Cabomba furcata - nice red, one rooted stem with multiple branches
Lugwigia "narrow" (x ovalis?) - one rooted stem (Bought from Aqua Forest in SF couple weeks ago, not sure which it is but looks like a skinnier leave ovalis but pinkish-red at the tips, maple-syrup yellow/greener lower down, very nice contrast)

Package C - $22 shipped - SOLD

Didiplis diandra - two rooted stems, nice
Polygonum sp. 'Kawagoneum' - 2 growing-tip stems
Salvinia - nice floater, handful
Xmas/Taiwan moss - almost a baseball-size clump
Needle-leaf java fern - Many small rhizomes, with many leaves
Java fern (trident?) - leaves are indeed trident-ing, one rhizome, 3-5 leaves
Bolbitis heudelotii - one rhizome, many leaves
Hygrophila salicifolia - two nice rooted stems with branches
Anubias nana - very nice rooted rhizome with 8+ leaves
Red Tiger lily - 3-4 leaved small daughter plant with roots
Cabomba furcata - nice red, one rooted stem with multiple branches
Rotala macrandra 'narrow-leaf red' - one small branching stem with new roots coming
Eichhornia diversifolia - two 6-8" growing-tip stems with some side shoots
 
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