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Large Blyxa aubertii ("mother plants") -- ea w. huge number of 15" long leaves. $7.50 ea As seen in 120g tank below. 5 available. $30 for all 5. [ ALL sold]
B. japonica -- large plants 5/$5
-- smaller plants 5/$3 [ ALL sold]
Dwarf spotted radican -- similar to leopard scheulti, optained from Robert Gasser years ago. $6
Rotala macrandra - very red - 10 stems, $5 (4 portions available) [ 1 or 2 portions remain]micro tenellus -- 1mm wide leaves. gets pink under bright light. 20 plants/$5.
Echinodorus (Helanthium) angustifolius, can get 24" tall leaves. They bend over in my 2'tall tanks. 5/$5 2 portions of younger plants available. [ ALL SOLD]
Pogostemon erectum (aka R.verticillaris). 5 stems/$5, 2 portions available.
Micranthemum umbrosum (baby tears). Great indicator plant for low NO3. 10 stems/$5

Pictures can be found in my earlier F/S post.
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do you have any pics of this Dwarf spotted radican? ive never heard of this one before

Large Blyxa aubertii ("mother plants") -- ea w. huge number of 15" long leaves. $7.50 ea As seen in 120g tank below. 5 available. $30 for all 5.
B. japonica -- large plants 5/$5
-- smaller plants 3/$5
Dwarf spotted radican -- similar to leopard scheulti, optained from Robert Gasser years ago. $6
Rotala macrandra - very red - 10 stems, $5 (4 portions available)
micro tenellus -- 1mm wide leaves. gets pink under bright light. 20 plants/$5.
Echinodorus (Helanthium) angustifolius, can get 24" tall leaves. They bend over in my 2'tall tanks. 5/$5 2 portions of younger plants available.
Pogostemon erectum (aka R.verticillaris). 5 stems/$5, 2 portions available.
Micranthemum umbrosum (baby tears). Great indicator plant for low NO3. 10 stems/$5

Pictures can be found in my earlier F/S post.
Shipping $6
 

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Pm Sent..And nice keyhole cichlids frank..If I havent lost my eye and thats what they are..
 

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Pm Sent..And nice keyhole cichlids frank..If I havent lost my eye and thats what they are..
This is the reason that there are some uneven unplanted areas in the front. I dont recommend breeding even docile cichlids in a new setup, particularly before the foreground plants have a chance to establish. Tank was setup mid Nov. Keyholes were introduced 4 weeks later and bred the next week!
 

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I continue to pull these 16-18" B. aubertii from my 120g tank. Two really nice fully rooted specimens are available at $7.50 ea or $14 for two. $6 for postage.

Also still available are Pogostemon sp (has been called Rotala verticillaris on APC, 5/$5); micro tenellus(20/$5); dwarf spotted radican - medium and mature/mother size plants($6-12); daughter plants from dwarf Crypt spiralus($3).
 
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