Plant swapping

Discussion in 'Pets & Animals' started by tgf, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. tunagirll

    tunagirll Member

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    Swaps available:

    Name: Lilaeopsis brasiliensis (Brazilian micro sword)
    Size: 1-2" high,
    Number: 10, ~ 1" x 1/2" pieces

    Name: Narrow leaf val
    Size: foot long
    Number: 2 pieces

    Name: Hygrophila corymbosa (Narrow leaf giant hygro)
    Size: foot high,
    Number: 2 pieces

    Name: Dwarf hairgrass
    Size: 10-12cm high, one big chunk ~ 50c piece thick out of water
    Number: 1 piece

    Swap for:

    Nymphaea nouchali, flame moss, US fissidens, vallisneria nana (nana sp. only)

    From Perth. I also have a few crappy ornaments, fake plants and ugly driftwood I inherited that can go free to good home (or preferably awful home, which they deserve).
     
  2. 7yphon

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    I havent really got any plants for swap but willing to cash payment lol

    unless you want some baby Guppies only like 1 week old tho

    thanks
     
  3. tunagirll

    tunagirll Member

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    I'll send you a message :)
     
  4. tangcla

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    I've got some rosanervis available for free if anyone wants it, free to good home - however I'm happy to accept trades, wouldn't mind a few more neon or rummynose tetras ;)

    I'm in Mt Waverley.
     
  5. tangcla

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    Free to anyone wanting some, rosanervis. Pickup from Mt Waverley or Melbourne CBD.
     
  6. brocky2006

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    anyone in adelaide got some plants? i have some HC i can trade
     
  7. tangcla

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    I have quite a fair bit of rosanervis available for free or trade, if anyone wants to pick up. Either from Mt Waverley or Melbourne CBD.
     
  8. Sleepy Dude..

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    Ok so getting plants from the stores will no doubt cost me equal the price as a downpayment for a car, anyone got anything suitable for a 6-2-2 amazon styled tank?

    Either pickup near the hills district (baulkham hills) or post, not fussed. :)
     
  9. tangcla

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    I've got more rosanervis to give away again.

    Or if anyone has any tetras (neon, rummynose) or kuhli loaches that they don't need/want any more, happy to accept them too :)
     
  10. jomo

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    Hey mate, where are you located? I would love to pick some up :) No giveaway fish unfortunately :(


    Can anyone help me out with some moss too? I have some driftwood I would love to cover with moss
     
  11. tangcla

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    No worries. I'm in Mt Waverley.
     
  12. jomo

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    Awesome, I'm in Upwey.

    You free on Sunday? I'll ride out and pick up some :)
     
  13. tangcla

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    Should be free some time in the afternoon!
    Disclaimer, Can't guarantee that they are algae free :)
     
  14. tagrobert

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    Hi all,
    I have some Java Moss that I can give away. I got some from Ejoos a while ago that has now grown so much my fish don't have space anymore.

    If you have any fish that needs a new home let me know, I have a non-African fresh water tropical and cold water tank.

    Western burbs of Melbourne and pick up on random Sundays only. Contact me for details.
     
  15. tangcla

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    Lots of Christmas of peacock moss, can't tell, plus a bit of flame moss, if anyone wants it. I'm in Mt Waverley.

    Plus lots of java fern plantlets, red carpet plants, some staurogene repens and lots of other plants that you're welcome to. My greenery is going crazy.
     
  16. 2sick

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    have java moss available for trade to anyone in swest sydney?
     
  17. tagrobert

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    I have a heap of java moss for anyone in melb. Will be thrown as its taking over the tank:Paranoid:
     
  18. Anakist

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    I am out of a rental and back into fish tanks! Looking for any plants anyone wants to send up. I have a 5x2x2, and a 7x15x18 that will need decoration plants, and a 6x2x2 that is being set up with peat and eco complete as an amazon planted tank.

    Please let me know what you have.

    James
     
  19. Sleepy Dude..

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    I have wisteria thats near unstoppable in the growing department. Have about 15L of it floating in my 6x2x2.
     
  20. JMH

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    I know this is more freshwater plants focused but does anyone have any chaetomorpha they could give me a clump of around Brisbane?

    Edit: Found some
     
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