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USPS Priority $8.00. *MIND UR WEATHER!* Or ASK FOR A $1 HEAT PACK.

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( These WHITES are about 70% Converted to Submerged. Still with some lower greenish leaves, but TOPS ARE ALL PINKISH WHITE! They will need about another few weeks to turn all WHITE. ) YOU WILL GET THE WHOLE ROOTED PLANT! NOT CUTTINGS! Many Stems Are MULTI HEADED AND 10+ INCHES LONG! )

1 x Ludwigia White = $8
3 x Ludwigia White = $21
5 x Ludwigia White = $30



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( THIS ERIO NEVER MAKES SEEDS! )
1 x Fully Rooted Eriocaulon "Sieboldianum" = $25 ORRRRRRR 2 x for $40!!!




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1 x Fully Rooted Eriocaulon "Japan Shiga" = $35 ORRRRRRR 2 x for $60!!!




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1 x Fully Rooted Eriocaulon Bolivia "2002" = $35 ORRRRRRR 2 x for $60!!!





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3 x Perrsicaria sp "Sao Paulo" = $6


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1 x Pogostemon "Heidelberg" ( Long, Healthy, ROOTED, Stems! ) = $8
3 x Pogostemon "Heidelberg" ( Long, Healthy, ROOTED, Stems! ) = $15



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1 x Fully Rooted Pogostemon Helferi AKA "Downoi RED" = $20



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1 x Healthy Fully Rooted Eriocaulon Ratnagiricum = $35




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3 x Syngonanthus "Giant" = 15


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3 x Syngonanthus "Lago Grande" = $11


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3 x Alternanthera Reineckii "Variegated" = 12



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3 x Alternanthera Reineckii "Ocipus" = 15


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Pilo Moss on Lava Rock grown submerged in my tank for months...... Thick, Lush, Growth, you can easily tie another rock with the amount of moss on these!! ( Rock about 1.5x1.5 ) = $18


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Buce Moss on 2x2 Stainless Steel Screen ( This moss has been growing for 5+ months submerged. It is NOT newly tied. You can probably make another 2x2 screen off this if thinned out. ) = $60 OR 2 for $100




Buce Moss LOOSE ( QUARTER SIZE ) = $20





Buce Moss on Lava Rocks ( Small, about 1x1 size ) = $20 OR 2 for $30!!!


Buce Moss on Lava Rocks ( Medium, about 1.5x1.5 size ) = $25 OR 2 for $40!!!


Buce Moss on Lava Rocks ( Large, about 2x2 size ) = $30 OR 2 for $50!!!


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Gunung Panti Johor Malaysia Moss on 2x2 Stainless Steel Screen OR HALF GOLF BALL PORTION LOOSE = $20


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China Moss on 2x2 Stainless Steel Screen OR HALF GOLF BALL PORTION LOOSE = $15


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1 x Golfball Portion "BRAZIL" Moss = $10



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1 x Golfball Portion Vescularia "Thai" Moss = $15



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Distichphyllum Maibarae Moss on Lava Rock = $20


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Crypt Silver Queen ( Grown in my moss tank for 6+ Months ) ( You will RECEIVE THIS ACTUAL PLANT AS SHOWN IN PHOTO ) = $25



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GOod Question Allen! Check this out!

Left is Lajeado Type 2, i got from Thomas. This is indeed a Caulescens...

Right is Bolivia 2002, i got overseas years ago. This obviously is also a Caulescens since they look silimar...




I think these are different variations of Caulescens.

I also have

Rio Banana =



BOlivia 2010 =





which are all very different variations...
 

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Yeah, they probably are all the same. If the roots are spongy but not septate (horizontal lines going across them and dividing them into sections), then it's not Eriocaulon.
 
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