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  1. As you can see from the photo below on a nearly 48" towel I have a [censor] ton of Ceratopteris thalictroides, more commonly known as water sprite. Asking $26 shipped. I've kept this stuff in goldfish tanks before-this batch is from a fish-less/snail-less tank. Goldfish are fine with the plant jsut give them some blanched leafy greens or repashy soilent green to eat. Water sprite grows fast-this is more than 4x what I had in the tank 3 months ago! Great for absorbing nitrates from your poop monsters. Payment Via PayPal. Shipping in Continental US only. Will be shipping in a medium priority box, I ship Mondays through Thursdays. Disclaimer: they did come from a tank with duckweed. Iv'e washed it out as best I can. But that's why I am only asking ~$12+ shipping cost for so much. Have in a tank with a clamp light for now, would like to get these sold by Monday 22/10/18. Or I may dump them or use in other tanks.
  2. I bought some anubias barterie (honestly I think it may be a hybrid as the leaves are wavy like anubias coffeefolia, or a young anubias broadleaf) Was suppose to be a 12x12" ish portion plant but I got a TON. Way more than I planned or have room for (trying not to set up more tanks!) so wanted to let someone else enjoy these big plants! I can't find my measuring tape anywhere! (wtf did it go???!!) Placed anubais on background board for 20g long- 30" long 12" high Most are huge, few smallish one, and 2-3 just rhizome chunks that will grow into big plants with time. Taken it all for $30 shipped (needs medium priority box which costs $13 last time I checked? so $17 for plants +$13 for shipping). Continental US shipping only. Payment via Paypal. Add-ons: I have a small anubais nana I separated from the main plant 5 leaves, this will stay small leaf size compared to above anubias $1 2 sandwitch bags of salvinina minima (floating plant) probably about 30x18" area coverage $1 If you want just add-ons shipping is $7.50
  3. Have about 12 Nymphaea Taiwan available, $0.50 each, take all for $6. Shipping is $7.05 Can include free salvinia minima as much as I can pack in the small flat rate priority shipping box, just ask for the free floaters. Shipping in continental US only, PayPal only.
  4. AquaAurora

    Aquarium plants for sale

    have some stuff for sale: enough riccia to cover a little over half of a 10g tank-great floater for betta tanks may have hydro japan in it roughly 24 stems of bacopa caroliniana with roots size between 4-10" 4 stems hygro corybosa (aka temple), some water sprite and a crypt, all with roots take it all for $18 shipped. Pyament via paypal, shipping only in continental US.
  5. AquaAurora

    RAOK more Riparium plants

    Need to re-home the last of my riparium plants to make room for growing herbs on their tanks. Shipping in Continental US only, Paypal payment to cover shipping. Please give me your zip code via pm and I'll calculate shipping (unsure how much it will be). I have to use a big box for the 2 dumb cane. 2 varieties of Dieffenbachia (aka dumb cane) 2 plants of the light variety, 4+ of the green/yellow. Hemigraphis repanda (aka dragon's tongue) 4+ plants Dracaena 1 plant Spathiphyllum (aka peace lily) dwarf variety, can be split into 3 separate plants
  6. note: these anubias would probably do better in small tanks like for bettas rather than in 50+gallon goldfish tanks.. they are TINY plants-look at my finger holding the micro below. *RARE* Anubias Micro Rare and extremely tiny anubias plant-smaller than petite! I've had these plants for over 2 years. Healthy algae free, snail free, duckweed and riccia free. No scuds or detritus worms from their tank either. comparison shot: micro left, petite right micro for sale, take it all all for $35 Anubias Petite Anther small leafed anubias species, but larger than micro. petite for sale, take it all for $30 Buy all the micro and petite for $60 Driftwood 2 large ghost wood pieces, LxWxH (as shown in photo) 32x12x4" the other is 30x17x4" take both for $10 ($5 each) + cost of shipping (please pm me you zip so i can calculate shipping cost) Plant shipping: I ship Monday through Thursdays 2 day priority mail small flat rate box. Shipping cost of plants is $7. If you buy everything (plants and driftwood) anubias will be shipped separately from wood to avoid damaging the plants.
  7. Selling off a large helping of flame moss. This is a vertical growing slightly wavy moss. Typically its sold in gold ball size portions, this is several golf balls worth. Does well in low light but also in medium or high. Not ferts demanding, great for attaching to driftwood. If you want tips on tieing down moss just ask. $10 for all the moss, $7 for small flat rate priority box. Flame moss pre-trim in tank(behind the water sprite): Free Extras: I can include as much water sprite as I can cram into the small flat rate box along with the flame moss. I also have a roughly 9"x5" mat of riccia (floating plant, does not form roots, great for betta tanks). disclaimer: water sprite may have diatoms aka brown algae. Only shipping in continental US, only taking PayPal payment. PM me for faster response.
  8. Great plants for tall tanks! Was going to put these in my 75g but there is no more room! Wanted to share them with others ^^ If you have any questions feel free to ask. These are snail free and I don't see any algae either! Shipping is $7 for usps flat rate box anywhere in continental US. Can include free root tabs to fertilize plants (1 per a plant), let me know if you want them. The chain sword I got from another tank person who said the mother plant (full grown) is about 16" tall (currently under 10"). Great nitrate absorber! Appreciates iron fert. Have technically 3 plants, 2 smaller ones are still joined but can be split up, asking $4 total for all 3 of them. Red tiger louts is stunning lily plant with vibrant red leaves (made redder by dosing iron and giving medium to high light). You can keep the lily pads under water by aggressively pruning leaves when they get taller than you want. Within a few months the plant will be 'trained' to stay a certain height below water. Newest growth is red as it got a brighter light (beofre it was over shadowed by another lilly so older leaves are a more green). Asking $4 for the plant. Buy both plants for $7 + shipping (save $1) ^^ Both of these plats can be trimmed to keep small for smaller tanks, just cut off large leaves near base of plant when they get taller than you want. edit: can throw in free salvinia minimia with other plants, just ask when you message me
  9. Sorry no local pickup-had a bad experience once. Payment through PayPal, Shipping in continental US only. All plants are grown immersed (under water). Plants may have cherry shrimplets or blue eye gertudea eggs (my guys constantly courted in this stuff). Ludwigia sp Red and AR (Alternanthera reineckii ) $14 shipped Note: this is not the mini version of AR. I have over 25 ludwigia red stems with roots, 19 are over 8", many are over 17" (off the right side of the board) Also have 2 3+" AR and 3 smaller stems. The ludwigia can be cut into 4x as many shorted stems to plant a large area, or left as is in a taller tank! Does ebst with medium light and iron to keep the lovely red hue. Can be grown immersed or emersed: great for emergent driftwood, planted HOBs, Wabi-Kusa. Creeping Jenny $12 have a [censor] ton of this! it takes up a 10"x6" tub with 2" depth of plants! Many long stems over 17". Rotted plants. Great easy to grow plant does well immersed or emersed: great for emergent driftwood, planted HOBs, Wabi-Kusa. Buy everything and save, all plants for $16 shipped. I had these plants together in a tank, made great contrast with the red and light green If you have any questions feel free to ask.
  10. Doing a Raffle style RAOK for some easy to grow live plants! What You Can Win: The this raffle is for a small flat rate priority box completely stuffed with water sprite. Before you brush that off, know that I can cram quite a lot in there! Water Sprite imo is a great plant for goldfish tank as it can be left floating or planted/anchored and it grows like mad for me (major nitrate buster). Undemanding plant does fine in low light setups. Free Extras you can request if you win: • java fern plantlets (3 regular-1 narrow leaf)- low light slow growing plant undemanding • chain sword plantlets (unsure exact type)- medium light plant enjoys ferts-can be an iron hog. The person I originally got them from says they get to 2 feet across but they are still babies. •Leopard vals- narrow but long grass like plant-similar to Italian vals but with red flecks. Great background plant, does well in low light, short or tall tanks. Stronger light and iron fert bring out the red leopard markings more. •Nymphaea Taiwan- a smaller lime green leaves water lily, great accent against darker leaved plants like ferns and anubias. Does well in low-medium light. Can be trained to stay certain height with aggressive trimming. •Salvinia minima- Great floating plant does well under a lid unlike frogbit and water lettuce, easier to control than duckweed. •Riccia fluitans- a floating crystalwort, makes lovely soft mats at the surface over time. Can be tried down underwater for scaping too. How To Get It: Make a post in this thread. Each post # acts as a raffle ticket #. You can have random conversations, post photo(s) of your tank(s), whatever you'd like just don't be rude ^^ Post between time this thread starts and July 9th at 7pm EST (eastern standard time) to enter. Winner will be chosen via random # gen by 9pm same day and will be sent a PM. I ask the winner just to pay shipping cost for the package ($7) via PayPal goods and services plants are free of charge. I may have enough water sprite for 2 winners (we'll see when raffle ends) If so I will do another random # gen roll for a second winner (the same person cannot win twice). Example photos of tanks with the plant species mentioned: adult java ferns (regular in back, narrow in front): Lightly planted water sprite and Nymphaea Taiwan ton-o-water sprite Salvinia minima Riccia Chain sword adult (original source's photo) leopard vals
  11. I recently bought some anubias from an ebay store. The plants arrived today and I am rather satisfied with what I got. First off though, of course I am not going to compare the quality of the plants with the quality you get at Plantedaquariumscentral, but considered the difference in price and free shipping, I am absolutely fine with the fact that during the rather long shipping time from Malaysia (9 days in transit) a few leaves were partially yellow. I would post photos, but my camera tends to bring out yellow tones 10x more saturated than they really are, and the plants look very yellow in the pictures. Anyway, this is the store I bought at http://stores.ebay.com/aquaticmagic And these the plants I purchased: 2x anubias lanceolata http://www.ebay.com/...=item3a473eee4c They came at about 4" height, each with about 6-8 leaves 3x anubias broad leaf http://www.ebay.com/...=item3a486a9766 They came at about 2.5" height, each with 9-11 leaves For all five plants I payed only $ 22.50, and as said free shipping. That is a great deal even considering the fact that I will have to clip off a few leaves. I'll definitely buy plants there again, I am already eying some barteri gold and barteri nana petite
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