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Shipping within continental US only, sorry no local pickups (had a bag experience once). Payments via PayPal.
Shipping is $8 except for ghostwood. If you have any questions feel free to ask!


SOLD Riccia mat 10"x6"
Great floater, very undemanding plant, my betta loves hanging out under it (sadly due to rescape I need more light getting to lower plants so have to remove it)



SOLD Frogbit
Great floating plant, gets long roots that fry love to hang out in.



Nymphaea Taiwan
$1 per a plant, have several for sale
Lovely light green small leaved aquatic lily, great for smaller tanks. You can trim stems to train it to grow to a specific height, or let it go the the surface for some nice shade.



SOLD Dwarf lily bulb
Lovely orange/red/bronze accent water lily, like n. Taiwan its leaves can be trained to only grow to a certain height by pruning them when they get too tall, or allow it to grow to the surface. Loved this in my 7g but trying different plants now.
photos never do it justice, its more orange/red in person



SOLDGhostwood (driftwood)dimmenions for first photos 18" tallx17 long"x9" widE
unique accent piece, great for growing: moss, anubias, and java ferns on. I love this wood but don't have a tank I can use it in.








Malaysian Trumpet Snails (mts)
$2 for 70+ extras, have several portions for sale
Great for sifting sand based tanks and yummy food for certain loaches and dwarf puffers!
 

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If I have pool filter sand on top of dirt, will the MTS eventually sift it enough to bring the dirt to the top ? Also, any issues of sucking MTS into a canister and having them hit the motor?
I've had MTS in a black diamond 'sand' and soil based 3g bubble bowl tank, about 1" of each and soil was not pushed up by the MTS. I'm not sure if they would push soil to the top if it was thinner like 1/2" of sand on top of soil. In my 55g when I had the most monsterous sized eheim canister filter (pro 3 xl something) I never found mts in the canister/motor. I did periodically find bladder snails in the media but no mts got in. My canister never had issues due to snails.


Driftwood still available?

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