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Hi,
I have extra Elatine orientaris(sinking form) and some others, like to sell or trade for species below:

Pellia---------------------got it
Elatine gussonei
Lindernia sp
Elatine triandra-------------------got it
Fissidens nobilis
OR anything that you think it's rare and you like to share with me.

For the pic of my Elatine:
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/cpc1007/detail?.dir=871e&.dnm=3e0e.jpg&.src=ph

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/cpc1007/detail?.dir=871e&.dnm=58bb.jpg&.src=ph

I actually didn't know the name for this plant until few days ago. If you believe I got the name wrong, please correct me.
This plant has transparent and dark green tiny leaves, it doesn't grow tall and will form a dark green 'pad' in your tank. High level of light and CO2 is basic.

Besides of this Elatine, I will also have extra:

Bacopa sp. 'pink'
Bacopa sp 'purple'
Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides
Downoi
HC -------------------------------------gone
Hottonia palustris
Micranthemum umbrosum
Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba'-------gone

PM me if you are interested(either buy or trade).

Thanks.

Max
 

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http://us.f1.yahoofs.com/users/aa26aeb2/871e/__sr_/5c81.jpg?phMMowBBk8alzvp8 what is this plant? I like that one. I would be interested in some of you E. orentalis and definately interested in the plant in that photo (is it a moss?). Might like to try the L. cuba also, I have been looking for that for a while.

I could send you a bit of E. tiandra, more after the first of the year, as it has just filled in my foreground and I want o photograph it and let it grow so I can trim it:)

Please, PM or email me at your convience. Thank you!
 

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dennis said:
http://us.f1.yahoofs.com/users/aa26aeb2/871e/__sr_/5c81.jpg?phMMowBBk8alzvp8 what is this plant? I like that one. I would be interested in some of you E. orentalis and definately interested in the plant in that photo (is it a moss?).
Dennis,
That's the Japanese moss ball(Cladophora aegagropila?) . I just attached it on the drift wood and it spreads out slowly. This thing really grows slowly and it's sometimes mixed with other kind of algae, so you might want to watch out for algae problem if you tend to do the same approach.

I will PM you for the plant trade issue.

Max
 
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