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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone in Sacramento need an Anubias or six?

These things are taking over my tank! I thought they were supposed to be slow growers!!! Anyway, I'm looking for good homes for 6 wayward Anubias. All are zip-tied to a rock and most have several forms of algae and snails, but they are definitely healthy and willing to flower! I think one is a mini, the rest are full size (I'm keeping the ginormous one in the back right corner).

Here's a pano FTS (large image warning! 3777x1834):


Here's a non-pano FTS, only slightly smaller:


I'd rather not ship, so if anyone local wants them, we can work out a way to transfer.

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So tempting!!! Great RAOK though.


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At one point I had visions of a towering piece of driftwood full of Anubias.... time to go stare at my tank and see if it would still look good
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I'll take them!!! :-)
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I'll take them!!! :-)
All yours! Enjoy!
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Feel free to share your other clippings when you trim your tank!


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Feel free to share your other clippings when you trim your tank!
I'll probably have quite a bit of Golden Creeping Jenny, Hygrophilia Difformis, and Marsilea Minuta for the next SAPS meeting.
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