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  1. Hi all. So some background My 10g tank has: Blue Dreams Amanos 1 Cardinia that stowed away in a plant shipment I got 3 Rainbow Paskais 1 Celestial Danio Phoenix Moss Crinum Calamistratum (Onion Plant) Nymphaea Zenkeri (Tiger Lotus) Bolbitis Heudelotii (Creeping Fern) Eleocharis sp. Mini (Mini Dwarf Hairgrass ) Micranthemum (Monte Carlo) A random piece of Subwasstertang algea but i dont want that The overall goal of this tank is to be a shrimp tank with the neos and maybe a species of Caridina once I'm a little more experienced. But I have a hard time keeping the neos alive a friend who owns the LFS ive been buying them at recommended i try buying from a local shrimper because his shrimp might be more well suited to the local water than the shrimp he buys from abroad because he thinks its weird that im having a tough time with Neos. So I did just that when i met up with him he told me co2 might be the issue since it makes the water acidic and makes molting hard and it makes the water parameters more unstable so I stopped using Co2 for the time being and the shrimp look healthy. But the issue is I would like to keep using Co2 for the benefits to the plants and because id like to keep the carpet ive been working on. Current Parameters Temp: 74.5 F/ 23.6 C Ph: Between 6 and 6.4 (im bad at colors) but its yellow (API Test) Kh: 4 drops the chat says 4 degrees 71 PPM Gh: 6 drops the chart says 6 degrees 107 PPM TDS: Waiting on a meter from amazon. Lights are on between 4 PM and 9:30 PM for those who don't do the military time. Bellow are the spectral percentages of light if this helps anyone. Any advice on how and if I should add Co2?
  2. Hi yall! I've been on the forum for a bit and finally decided to make an acct. I've been keeping cherries for a little over a year and am loving it! Here are pics from my 10gallon planted neo tank I keep those in a 10 and also have a bigger tank, retirement home for cullies hope youre all staying sane out there.. ❤️
  3. Hey guys, Looking to see if anybodys selling or does sell plants for freshwater tanks. I am In NY and Im having a tough time finding a Tropica dealer as well... Does anyone know where I can get Tropica plants as well?? Thanks
  4. Hey guys! I need some help identifying this plant to see it its truly aquatic or just semi-aquatic (cos the stems look a little too thick for a stem plant) My friend identified it as pogostemon quadrifolius but there doesn't seem to be much info on it! Anyone else with suggestions on what it could be? Please let me know Thanks in advance!! Some Photos of Mystery Plant
  5. Can anybody here help to ID the below plant for me please. Your help is much appreciated.
  6. Asyano

    FS: Moss

    Hello everyone, I am looking to sale some mosses in my tanks due to them being overgrown. They are algae free and pest free. The mosses will be a tennis ball sized portion while the frogbit floaters portion will be in a packed sandwich sized ziplock bag. They are grown with finnex planted 24/7 lights without CO2 or any fertilizers. Shipping will be either priority mail $7.00 or first class mail $4.00, pick up in NY 11040 is also possible. Images of dead plants must be sent after one hour of arrival and compensation will either be partial refund or replacement of the lost plants at the expense of the buyer paying for the shipping. Java Moss $4.00 Xmas Moss $7.00 Frogbit $7.00 Subwassertang $10.00 Queen Moss $10.00 Malaysian Moss $10.00 Xmas Java Frogbit subwassertang Malaysian Queen
  7. Hello everyone, I am looking to sale some mosses in my tanks due to them being overgrown. They are algae free and pest free. The mosses will be a generous golf ball portion while the frogbit floaters will be a handful. They are grown with finnex planted 24/7 lights without CO2 or any fertilizers. Shipping will be either priority mail $7.00 or first class mail $4.00, pick up in NY 11040 is also possible. There is an example of the portions in the picture below. Images of dead plants must be sent after one hour of arrival and compensation will either be partial refund or replacement of the lost plants at the expense of the buyer paying for the shipping. Java Moss $5.00 Xmas Moss $7.00 Frogbit $5.00 Subwassertang $10.00
  8. Hello there, I started to tank about 3yrs ago. I seen a picture of a high tech tank and my mind blew. I had to have one. Took me awhile to get all the gear but I eventually started a high tech tank. Long story short the same thing happened a week ago with shrimp. I had a 40b just sitting there growing algae so I cleaned it up bought some new gear for it, got rid of all the algae and bought a few plants all in expectaion of finding that shrimp I so wanted.. Well to no avail I can not find it.. hence the reason I came here. Looking for Caridina serrata Tupfel and or Caridina serrata aura blue, or Apple green. I'm going to buy some Caridina serrata Tangerine Tigers but I havent seen any that I like. I've searched for over 4hrs today... overall I've been looking for a week now. plz help Thanks, Danny http://www.shrimpspot.com/topic/6912-tupfel-shrimp/
  9. Hey guys! NTA here with a pretty good question. What is the best light (be specific pleeeeease) for a low tech 20 gallon tank. The tank doesnt come with a hood, filter, or light so I will get those, but what is a good light (with the proper spectrum/kelvin maybe) that I could use. If you could, links to the light would help me indefinitely! ;D See ya!
  10. Mini Xmas moss for sale. It is 6-7 tennis balls in size or more. It will cower probably more than 10gal tank. It come from shrimp tank. No algae or any chemicals. On the picture it is in 1gal zip lock bag. Price $28 shipped to lower 48 states. Watch your weather. I'll ship it in small priority box, so cold weather will kill it. I can ship Mon or Tue.
  11. First off I’d like to say thanks to Will and his team of knowledgeable mods and attendants and to all the good people here who help make this one of the greatest shrimp forums on the internet. My name is Andy and I live in foggy Pacifica, California where the water quality and weather are perfect for breeding shrimp. I currently have 9 different types of shrimp which I will randomly post for sale. I will post prices soon. Here is my current stock: Red Cherry Shrimp Blue Diamonds Golden Bee Taiwan Bee ( blue bolt, wine red, bkk,shadow panda, panda, red bolt) Mischlings PFR CRS A-SSS+ Sulawesi Cardinal Tibee ( TT x CRS) & (Aura Blue X Snow White) Malawa Taitibee (coming soon) Here are some pics of my shrimp I also collect rare species of moss from all over the world. I will have some of these available for purchase soon. Stay tuned for some awesome RAOK starting in December. Thanks for checking out my sponser page!
  12. If this is is in the wrong place I'm sorry. Just wondering if a mystery snail will eat my bucephalandra? I know they might eat some...? I can always move him to another tank if so. I like the little guy/girl but eating my buce is kind of an expensive snack Thank you
  13. Updated 2016/02/16 New plants: Cryptocoryne usteriana, Hydrocotyle tripartita, Hygrophila polysperma ’Rosanervig’ Restock: Anubias barteri v. nana "Petite", Bolbitis heudelotii, Eleocharis spp. "parvula, Hygrophila pinnatifida, Ranunculus inundatus, Eleocharis acicularis 'Mini' 1-2-GROW!, Hemianthus callitrichoides ”Cuba” 1-2-GROW!, Micranthemum spp. 'Monte-Carlo' 1-2-GROW!, Fissidens fontanus, Riccardia chamedryfolia, Vesicularia ferriei "weeping moss" Please note that we only ship plants within Canada. - Western Canada: All plants can be shipped by UPS Ground. 100% DOA guarantee - Eastern Canada: Mosses and Tissue-cultured plants can be shipped by UPS Ground. Potted / Stem plants can be shipped by UPS Ground (weather permitting) but there will be no DOA guarantee - We recommend UPS Express for all customers east of Manitoba. Here is our current list of available plants POTTED PLANTS TROPICA Alternanthera reineckii 'Rosanervig' - $12.99 TROPICA Anubias Barteri var. Nana $11.99 TROPICA Anubias 'Petite' $15.99 TROPICA Bolbitis heudelotii $15.99 TROPICA Cryptocoryne albida 'Brown' - $11.99 (sold out) TROPICA Cryptocoryne usteriana NEW! - $14.99 TROPICA Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Mi Oya' - $11.99 TROPICA Echinodorus spp. 'Reni' - $15.99 TROPICA Eleocharis parvula (Dwarf Hairgrass) - $11.99 TROPICA Eleocharis sp. (Giant Hairgrass) $11.99 (sold out) TROPICA Glossostigma elatinoides - $10.99 (sold out) TROPICA Hemianthus callitrichoides 'Cuba' - $11.99 (sold out) TROPICAHydrocotyle tripartita - $12.99 TROPICA Hygrophila pinnatifida - $13.99 TROPICAHygrophila polysperma ’Rosanervig’ - $9.99 TROPICA Lagenandra meeboldii 'Red' - $11.99 TROPICA Micranthemum umbrosum (Baby Tears) $11.99 (sold out) TROPICA Microsorum pteropus - $15.99 TROPICA Microsorum Pteropus 'Narrow' (Narrow Leaf Java Fern) $13.99 TROPICA Microsorum Pteropus 'Trident' (Trident Java Fern) $13.99 TROPICA Myriophyllum mattogrossense - $11.99 TROPICA Myriophyllum tuberculatum - $11.99 TROPICA Nesaea crassicaulis - $9.99 TROPICA Penthorum sedioides - $11.99 TROPICA Staurogyne repens - $13.99 PORTION PLANTS (Plants in trays or on pad) TROPICA Fissidens fontanus, 5x7.5cm Pad - $16.99 TROPICA Fontinalis Antipyretica 'Willow' (Willow Moss), 5x7.5cm Pad $16.99 (sold out) TROPICA Riccardia Chamedryfolia (Mini Pellia), 5x7.5cm Pad $16.99 TROPICA Vesicularia dubyana "Christmas moss" - $12.99 TROPICA Vesicularia Ferriei 'Weeping' (Weeping Moss) $12.99 TROPICA Taxiphyllum 'Spiky' (Spiky Moss) $12.99 TISSUE-CULTURED PLANTS TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Alternanthera reineckii 'Mini' - $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Eleocharis Acicularis 'Mini' (Mini Dwarf Hairgrass) $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Fontinalis antipyretica (Willow Moss)- $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Glossostigma Elatinoides $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Gratiola viscidula - $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Hemianthus Callitrichoides 'Cuba' $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Hygrophila 'Araguaia' $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Micranthemum 'Monte Carlo' $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Pogostemon erectus - $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Proserpinaca palustris 'Cuba' $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Riccia Fluitans $11.99 (sold out) TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Rotala 'Bonsai' - $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Salvinia natans $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Staurogyne repens - $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Taxiphyllum 'Flame' (Flame Moss) $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Utricularia Graminifolia $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Vesicularia Dubyana 'Christmas' (Christmas Moss) $11.99 TROPICA 1-2-GROW! Vesicularia ferriei 'Weeping' (Weeping Moss) $11.99 If there something that is available from Tropica that you want but is not listed above, we can also order it in (allow 1-2 weeks)
  14. 9 gallon tank break down due to relocation. Package includes all tank plants, Marimo balls, driftwood, and moss in pic. There is also 1 Sakura shrimp in the tank. $40.00+ actual shipping. Pick up available in Madison, TN.
  15. Freshwater AQUARIUM tank break down due to relocation. Package includes, approx 3-4 Dwarf Neocardinia Blue Velvet Shrimp, 2-3 Nerite snails,possibly 1 Assasin snail, various plants as seen in pic, Marimo moss balls, Christmas moss, and large driftwood piece with fissiden moss attached measuring approx 22Wx16Dx9H. All plants and mosses are freshwater species and have been growing under lower watt led lights. Low maintenance. $65.00+ actual shipping costs. Pick up available in Madison, Tn. also.
  16. After 2 years I want to say good bye to my repens and try something new as carpet in my tank. Asking for $25 shipping for all my repens. I have about 30 of them. They have been in my tank for over a year so well rooted. Picture shown part of them Java Fern . $16 for all of them ( see picture) shipped Bolbitis heudelotii. 2" rhino at least 2 long leaves, asking for $4 each. They are tided on the driftwood and they rooted onto it. I have 20 portions available. X'mas Moss. 2 golf ball asking for $10. Please add $6 for shipping on Bolbitis & X'mas moss. Thanks.
  17. Hey Shrimp Spot! As some of you might remember I design T shirts for fellow enthusiasts. Last campaign I went with "Shrimpin' Ain't Easy." It was a huge success! Well now I ask you what else goes with shrimping? YOU GUESSED IT! Growing plants especially MOSS! Here is the newest shirt all about growing plants! I hope you enjoy and order many because they wont last long! Share it with your friends http://teespring.com/Like-A-Moss Remember to visit my store front too at of other shirt designs!
  18. From the album: Rare Aquatic Mosses

    Very slow growing. This was grown with co2, high light and ferts.
  19. Offer title: Plants Offer Submitter: ctaylor3737 Offer Submitted: 19 May 2014 Offer Category: Aquatic Plants I have several plants that are available for purchase. Ludwigia inclinata sp. "curly/tornado": $4 stem Java Moss: $3 Golf Ball Java Fern: $4 Plant Marisela Minuta: .25 Node Ludwigia Repens: $1 Stem Stargrass: 2/$1 Blyxa Japonica: $2 Plant Hydrocotyle Japa: $4 Portion Pennywort: $3 Portion Red Rotala: 2/$1 **Shipping is $5.20 for Priority Shipping. PayPal is payment method. Thanks Click here to show this offer
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