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As many of you know, Hurricane Ike destroyed Texas. I had a generator running a few hours everyday that power was out but was only able to run the filters. My main concern was to try to keep my tropheus alive which I somehow managed to do. I thought with the filters running on my planted tanks that most would make it alive. They seemed ok for the first few days but their health diminished quickly and consequently all died. I was not able to run any lights or Co2..only the filters for a few hours a day. I lost ALLLLLL my plants in my 10 gallon and my 40 breeder.

If anyone has any plants they would like to donate, I would GREATLY appreciate it. I just feel so sad looking at my 2 empty tanks now. I am not picky but I would really like some stems. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!!!

Here is whats left from my 2 tanks

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I have lots of big healthy Pogostemon Helferi ( at least 6 big mother plants) that I could send down, along with stems of HM, Limnophila Aromatica, Rotala Sp. Goias, Rotala Sp. Mini Type I, an unknown anubias (big!) and a 2" patch of dwarf hairgrass. Let me know what you would like, and I'll get it in the mail ASAP.
 
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