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Old 02-07-2003, 02:34 AM
Dan Drake
 
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Default Marin County: Crypt p'folia, Java fern, moss

Following a total remake of an odd planted tank, I have a quantity of

Cryptocoryne pontideriifolia -- not at all beautiful, but lotsa rhizomes,
healthy so far

Java fern -- much like the above

Java moss -- what can you say, the stuff's indestructible anyway


All but the moss spent its whole lifetime in a tank with clown loaches: no
snails!


The crypts, at least, won't be happy sitting in a bucket till the next
Aquarium Society auction, and maybe no one would be interested anyway.
Anybody who wants a handful of these things, or maybe a bucketful, send me
e-mail and arrange to come and take some off my hands while it's still
alive.



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