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I have some Eriocaulon sp. plants for sale.

Eriocaulon sp. 'Blood', 'Australia - Blood', 'Red', '*****' (I've heard it called all these names, don't know which is most common) - $30 each


Eriocaulon sp. 'Sulawesi' - $20 each


Eriocaulon sp. 'Japan' - $20 each


Eriocaulon sp. 'Thailand' - $15 each


Eriocaulon sp. 'Singapore' - $15 each


I have limited quantities of each, so please PM me with what you want. I am going by PM timestamps. Non-CC PayPal, please. You cover fees for CC paypal (Using my brother's account).

Add $6 for shipping. Shipping will be Saturday for Monday/Tuesday arrival.

Disclaimer: For some of these plants, I only have the fish store's name to go off of, so I apologize. If some of these names are incorrect, please PM me and I will change them accordingly. Since I'm not 100% sure of the names, please take a look at the pictures to make sure they're what you want. More detailed pictures available upon request. If you're unsure of the size, also please ask for clarification before you purchase. Some of these guys (Australia sp. '*****' aka 'Blood' and Sulawesi) are small (size of a quarter.) From a recent poor transaction on eBay, I've learned a great deal and have done my best for full disclosure of these plants.

Thanks!
 

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I've updated the bottom of my first post with a bolded disclaimer. I don't want anyone to be unhappy with their purchase. Please read it and before purchasing feel free to ask me any questions about the plants. I'm not here to bait-and-switch, just sell of some extras I have. :)

*****/Blood:


Sulawesi:


Japan:


Thailand:


Singapore:
 

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Those look like nice plants, I wish I could afford them. I've been wondering about this for a while, why are erios so expensive?
 

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are they as hard to keep as they read?

i have aquasoil and good lights and about to move from diy to pressurized co2...would they do ok? cant afford to spend 20 bucks on a plant and have it melt away in a few days...
 

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are they as hard to keep as they read?

i have aquasoil and good lights and about to move from diy to pressurized co2...would they do ok? cant afford to spend 20 bucks on a plant and have it melt away in a few days...
best to hone your skills on an easy/cheaper erio like cinereum and then move up to more difficult ones. It is depressing to kill an expensive one that you may not be able to replace for a year. I've been there..

best tip on erios is clean soft water, good CO2 and consistent fertilization regime. they will do very well if they get those conditions. aquasoil is good, but even sms or turface will work as a substrate and I grow some of mine in aged eco-complete. the rest are in aquasoil.

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wanted to add - big thumbsup to epic for offering the erio sulawesi. Its one of the 'unique' ones, in a list of rather unique erios in this thread. And the 'vomits blood' erio is one of my favorites. great for the hobby to see collectors letting some of these out!
 

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How big do the sulewsi and the blood red get? can you post a pic of the mother colony? or e-mail.

Interested in both and a Japan. I currently have Thailand, cinerum, and just picked up a couple China from Rickylbc.
 

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Haha, sorry sorry!

I'm going to consider everything sold for the moment until I can get these first orders out.

Thanks for everyone's interest!
 
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