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Post Wanting: Uncommon plants + fish + Decor

PLANTS: (Will they create plant matter/roots/leaves all over my tank?)

Eleocharis ''parvula'' (hair grass)
Lucky bamboo.
Pink or orange water lily.
Echinodorus 'vesuvius' (AWESOME snake bamboo-like twirls!)
Fissidens splachnobryoides (the bottom moss)
Marsilea quadrifolia (water shamrock)
Anubias, Petite Nana (just big leaves)
APONOGETON ULVACEUS (large flat curvy)
Corkscrew Vallisneria (long snake twirls)
Onion Plant (Crinum thaianum) (long, stingy, spacious)


FISH:

Farlowella Catfish If compatible with betta/conditions
honeycomb catfish?? If compatible with betta/conditions

gertrudae (4-8)* more females than males
Endlers Livebearer (or guppy mix) - males only (4-8)
Kuhli loaches - need protein - (4+)
Dwarf chain loach (4+) - algae ?
Threadfin rainbowfish ... (6+)


DECOR:

12" rainbow bubbler for less than ebay price (under $18 shipped)
Airstone decorations
Stones
Marbles
Items that look excellent with a white theme.
Driftwood

Thanks guys! Give me all photos and your prices for all these things you want to get rid of I will be more than happy to look :D

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I have some kuhli loaches.. Like 6-8 lemme check.. How much would you be willing to pay?

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I have some kuhli loaches.. Like 6-8 lemme check.. How much would you be willing to pay?
Just mostly looking for quotes. I prefer the lowest you can go because I have to pay $600 for a trip real soon. My betta fish may or may not get along with them, but the only way to tell is to try. He seems pretty passive most the time.

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20 dollars including ship for 7

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20 dollars including ship for 7
How much for 4 of them? :)

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I would not have gertrudae or threadfins in with the betta if that's your plan..
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I would not have gertrudae or threadfins in with the betta if that's your plan..
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I read they are fine with betta, I may have gotten the wrong information and I really appreciate you letting me know if this is true. Are the semi-aggressive or generally not good for the same water conditions?

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To bad you dont live near me my lps has tons of awesome plants like everything you listed above plus more.

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Hmm... Well. 4 would be 17

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They are tiny, sensitive and high strung fish is all. Like tiny tiny. The threadfins eat microscopic life, I've never fed mine in all this time. Gertrudae are similar, I'm looking for some of those too (but not with betta). I can just imagine it might not end well.
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