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WANTED: groundcover plant for aquarium

Posted by kliddle 6b (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 22, 08 at 18:45

looking for a groundcover plant that can completely cover an aquarium without gaining much height. if you have ideas they are welcome even if you none to trade.

Marsilea minuta
Hemianthus callitrichoides
Glossostigma
Micro Sword
Petite Anubias Nana

i have some hardy lilies and frog bit. i also have rooted fig cuttings. or if you just have extra to give i will cover postage.

feel free to contact me privately if you wish.


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RE: WANTED: groundcover plant for aquarium

actually best to contact me directly as i will likely miss the posting.

kendal.liddle@gmail.com


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