I am moving from Bay Shore to NYC and don't want to restart everything when I move. The last move didn't go so well. So I am selling everything!!
12g long set up
10g with sand bottom
Mosses, Driftwood with mosses/ferns
First item is the 10g tank
: $80 obo
This tank includes a
1) 10g Deep Blue aquarium with about 35-40lbs of play sand;
2) 24'' Marineland LED light;
3) Plants: 1 Mellon Sword, 3 Amazon Swords. The plants are in decent health. I stopped fertilizing a while ago, but kept using O tabs.
4) Fish: 2 Rainbow Gourami (1 male, 1 female); 8 Cardinal Tetra; 3 Ottos; 2 dwarf cory cat; 4 fully grown ramshorn snails; and an uncountable amount of Malaysian trumpet snails.
5) 1 10-20g heater, and 1 10g HOB filter with Seachem purgin pouch.
Second item is the Mr. Aqua 12g long package
Here is a link to my old 12g long journal:
Full tank set up, plus shrimp and snails.
1) Mr. Aqua 10g tank;
2) Marineland double bright LED 36-48''
3) 2x Zoomed light stands
4) Ehim 2213 filter with Seachem purgin and stainless steel prefilter
5) Heater: Hydor ETH 200 in-line external 200w
6) 30lbs of substrate: 10lbs Fluorite, 20lbs Eco-Complete
7) Plants: Water lilies, 7 or 8 medium java ferns; and 4x4 of Marsilea sp
8) Tank inhabitants: 3 ottos; 100+ Malaysian Trumpet snails; 2x Assassin Snails; and somewhere between 60-100 Red Cherry Shrimp.
9) I'll include the rest of my O-Tabs, and all the liquid fertilizers, de-chlorinator, Acid and Alkaline buffer, and liquid master test kit.
Last items: Plants on wood
This is a 4.5'' piece of grape vine completely covered in A LOT of Fissidens moss with a small corner of Suesswassertang and a 4'' java fern.
There is also a 3'' java fern attached.
This is a ~18'' piece of driftwood. Attached are 3 small Anubis and maybe 20-30 java ferns ranging from 2''-5''. They all seem to be rooted.
The price for the driftwood w/plants is $40.
The wood itself was $20 at the store. That means you are paying the low price of less than $1 for each attached fern! Wow!
Not pictured: 1 jar of mixed java and peacock moss. Last I checked it was a solid handball sized ball of moss.