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WTB: Harder to find plants

Discussion in 'Trades, swaps, sales' started by HybridHerp, May 13, 2014.

  1. HybridHerp

    HybridHerp Junior Poster

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    I'm going to throw this out into the open now since there are some species I know I want that I have difficulty actually finding ever *sigh* Let me know who has what, although I would much prefer to combine shipping as much as possible. Submerged growth is preferable, but I can deal with emersed if need be.

    Ludwigia inclinata var. 'Tornado'

    Ammania pedicellata – “Yellow Nesaea”

    Cabomba furcata – “Red Cabomba”

    Eriocaulon compressum

    Rotala mexicana var. 'Goias'

    Littorella uniflora

    Vallisneria spiralis ‘Leopard’

    Echinodorus sp. ‘Aflame’

    Barclaya longifolia (preferably the red variety)

    Cryptocoryne crispatula var. ‘Balansae’

    Bolbitis heudelotii var. 'Mini'
     
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    All found, thanks for looking!
     
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