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post #1 of 72 (permalink) Old 08-26-2012, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
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More free duckweed! Selling ramshorn snails and Guppy grass

Free duckweed - A small envelope portion :) shipping is 75c . Claim it here and I'll PM you later.
Salvinia may also be present if requested...

I also have a small Jar of Guppy grass. This stem plant can be planted or left floating, and grows very fast, is a good ammonia sink (though probably not as good as duck weed!)
$3 for all + $1.50 shipping

annndddd 10 free Ramshorn snails...( take as many as you need) none of these lay eggs yet, so they wont breed if you only buy 1
$2.50 shipping ( I still have to figure this out :P) They only breed fast if you have excess food or algae in tanks. if you feed your fish with no excess these guys will grow very slowly.

I can probably ship single snails in envelopes for $1.50 shipping
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post #2 of 72 (permalink) Old 08-26-2012, 04:42 PM
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I want some! And if you have more, I will take some salvinia, I love the look of it.


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How big are the ramshorn snails and do you have any pictures ? I would like a snail for Perseus tank but he ate a small Pond snail so might be best if I dont get one. He checks out every inch of his home there is nothing he doesnt miss and its a 5 gallon..lol My hornwort takes up most of the water surface so I cant really put anymore floating plants in.

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@perseusmom - my biggest one right now is.... 1cm. how small was the small pond snail...?
I think I have larger pond snails in my other tank I'll check for you. But they may...... lay eggs.

@Kfryman- sure! what did I send you last time? :O I have terrible memory XD
Thanks for the bay area info heads up last time. they do have lovely tanks. and I now know where fremont is! LOL
I like the look of salvinia too. I'm trying to encourgae growth in my 2.5 but neither the duckweed or the salvinia does very well in the filter current.
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I'd love some duckweed unless you are still mad at me for flushing my java moss
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I wasn't mad at you :P it was more like... nooooooo:O duck weed might be even messier than java moss XD Are you sure?
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How big are the ramshorn snails and do you have any pictures ? I would like a snail for Perseus tank but he ate a small Pond snail so might be best if I dont get one. He checks out every inch of his home there is nothing he doesnt miss and its a 5 gallon..lol My hornwort takes up most of the water surface so I cant really put anymore floating plants in.
just got home~ photosssss


This was how big mine got when it passed away (RIP unamed snail)
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I wasn't mad at you :P it was more like... nooooooo:O duck weed might be even messier than java moss XD Are you sure?
Doesn't it just stay on the surface? I don't remember it being too messy when I had some as a kid.
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Yup it stays on the surface... but the filter current may pull it under, it also sticks to everything :P some people hate it for that.

PM me an address and I'll ship them out tomorrow :D I take PAYPAL, with payment sent as family or friends, or I'll have to charge you the extra fee paypal charges otherwise :)
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Do you still have my address from last time?

Oh you went? I love it there, fair prices too.


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