Yes, Bill. These were from Albany Aquarium, and they are quite orangey-pinkish-red. But they just came in Sunday, I think. I doubt they will look so nice next week.
Good to hear about the L. sp. 'Cuba'! Actually, I picked some up today for this guy in Florida who wants it, and I noticed that they're starting to grow normally again at the store, too. I'm pretty sure it's the same stuff that's been there since the last shipment. But the price went up a dollar.
However, Guy took my advice and decided to split those portions of Hemianthus callitrichoides. So now they're $8.99 for a "bunch." And they got in more of that on Sunday, too. It looks so pretty! Nice and green... And I wouldn't see why anybody would actually want bigger portions than they're selling, now. At this point, people are probably more interested in experimenting just to see if they *can* grow it, you know...? And if the answer is "yes," then I'm sure it'll spread very quickly, anyway. It surprised me that the stuff from the last shipment didn't sell out.
Thanks for the link. I'll check it out right now. Hope you get that 40 straightened out. Doing a re-scape? Laters!
What else...? They had the Bacopa australis, again. I actually got some beautiful pieces from Magnus about two weeks ago.