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12-23-2012 02:47 PM
JoeGREEEN
Any Riccia Left?

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Free Riccia to whom ever wants to pick it up. I will not ship


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I'm may be late but... does your local ROAK stand?

I'm from Miami (FIU south) and would love some riccia.

I have some java moss I can offer in return in my 5.5G fry tank.

I also have lots of Jungle Val and hornwort and a bit water sprite, rotala indica

let me know

Joe
12-12-2012 12:11 PM
Rob in Puyallup I like it as well. I have a rather large patch floating in my Fluval Ebi. Measures about four inches square and about three inches deep.

Low to moderate light with no added CO2.

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12-12-2012 10:11 AM
acitydweller I absolutely love this plant. Fair warning that one must have control over their tanks for this to thrive otherwise it has the ability to be invasive like duckweed. This is one plant that can totall change shape with co2 or emerged within days.... Awesome stuff.
12-12-2012 06:01 AM
cgm246
interested...

only ??? is how hard is it to keep going? low light bright light? I am a returning newbie, past experiences w/planted has been 50/50 successful. Currently setting up a 37 gal. tank. need to get substrate, and I am ready to roll.
12-07-2012 09:22 PM
fplata
Free Riccia

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Free Riccia to whom ever wants to pick it up. I will not ship


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