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Rare And Unusual Aquatic Plants
September 5, 2008
7:03 pm
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Just thought I'd let you know that I'm placing orders for aquatic plants from Singapore these days. If anyone has been struggling to find that rare and unusual plant you've always wanted, PM me and I'll see if it's available. My suppliers stocklist has over 500 species so there is a fair chance I can source it for you.

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Jared

September 5, 2008
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Is the current stocklist in a copy-and-pasteable format Jared?

Cake or death?
September 6, 2008
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I'm suprised BlueDave hasn't ask any Q's here as he loves plants /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />
A list of whats available would be nice if possible /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />
A question which needs to be asked these days is, Do you know if they're being treated with any form of anti-snail treatment as it will kill inverts and many of us are into them, snails, shrimps, lobsters /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />

September 6, 2008
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Here's a basic list. I'm off to Ayreshire shooting for a few days and will have limited net access, but will answer any questions as soon as I can. Most are available as single plants, bunches, potted, some on bogwood and of course bulbs.

They are not treated with anti snail remedies, and thus should be quarantined (Like all plants purchased before been introduced into your main tanks to minimise the risk of snail infestastion. Not that many people ever do this of course! /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />

Have a good weekend everybody...

Assorted bundled plants
Assorted potted plants
Acorus grammineus var.
Acorus grammineus pusillus
Acorus on Driftwood
Aeschynomene fluitans
Aglaonema silver queen
Aglaonema simplex
Aglaonema minima
Alternanthera aurea
Alternanthera green
Alternanthera red
Alternanthera cardinalis
Alternanthera lilacina - emerge
Alternanthera lilacina - submerse
Alternanthera lilacina var - emerge
Alternanthera ocipus
Alternanthera reineckii - emerge
Alternanthera reineckii - submerse
Alternanthera reineckii var - emerse
Alternanthera sessilis
Alternanthera sp. Red round
Ammania gracilis - emerge
Ammania gracilis - submerse
Ammania senegalensis - submerse
Ammania senegalensis - emerge
Ammania bonsai
Anubias afzeli
Anubias barteri
Anubias Barteri - Motherplant
Anubias barteri on driftwood
Anubias barteri broadleaf
Anubias barteri broadleaf -sml
Anubias barteri broadleaf -Motherplant
Anubias barteri broadleaf on small driftwood
Anubias barteri broadleaf on medium driftwood
Anubias barteri broadleaf on large driftwood
Anubias barteri marbled
Anubias barteri oriental
Anubias barteri sharp leaf
Anubias barteri var
Anubias nana
Anubias nana - sml
Anubias nana motherplant
Anubias nana on small driftwood
Anubias nana on medium driftwood
Anubias nana on large driftwood
Anubias nana on XL driftwood
Anubias nana eyes
Anubias nana golden
Anubias nana narrow leaf
Anubias nana petite
Anubias nana round leaf
Anubias nana round leaf - sml
Anbias nana stardust
Anubias nana wrinkled leaf
Anubias nana wrinkled leaf - sml
Anubias nana yellow heart
Anubias coffeefolia
Anubias congensis
Anubias hastifolia
Anubias hastifolia - motherplant
Anubias heterophylla
Anubias heterophylla
Anubias lanceolata
Anubias gabon
Anubias assorted
Aponogetum boivinianus
Aponogetum boivinianus - bulb
Aponogetum capuroni
Aponogetum capuroni - bulb
Aponogetum crispus
Aponogetum henkelianus
Aponogetum henkelianus - bulb
Aponogetum longiplumulosus
Aponogetum madagascarensis
Aponogetum madagascarensis - bulb
Aponogetum natans
Aponogetum natans - bulb
Aponogetum rigidifolius
Aponogetum stachysporus
Aponogetum stachysporus- bulb
Aponogetum ulvaceus
Aponogetum ulvaceus - bulb
Azolla caroliniana per kilo
Bacopa australis
Bacopa caroliniana - emerge
Bacopa caroliniana - submerse
Bacopa caroliniana var
Bacopa lanigera
Bacopa monniera
Bacopa myriophylloides
Barclaya longifolia
Barclaya longifolia - bulb
Barclaya longifolia red
Barclaya longifolia red - bulb
Blyxa alternifolius
Blyxa aubertii
Blyxa japonica
Bolbtis heudelotii
Bolbtis heudelotii Motherplant
Bolbtis heudelotii on small driftwood
Bolbtis heudelotii on medium driftwood
Bolbtis heudelotii on large driftwood
Bolbtis heteroclita
Cabomba aquatica
Cabomba caroliniana
Cabomba caroliniana - special
Cabomba palaeformis
cabomba piahuyensis
caladium frieda temple
Caladium humboldtii
Calamus bamboo
Cardamine lyrata
Ceratophyllum demersum
Ceratophyllum demersum var
Ceratopteris siliquosa
Ceratopteris thalicroides (Indian Fern)
Chladophora aegagrophila (Moss Ball)
Chlorophytum bichetii (Wheat Plant)
Chlorophytum bichetii on small driftwood (Wheat Plant)
Cordyline compacta
Cordyline red edge
Cordyline red edge special
Cordyline sp.
Crassula helmsii
Crinum aquatica
Crinum calamistratum
Crinum natan
Crinum natan - bulb
Crinum thianum ("Onion Plant")
Crinum thianum - bulb ("Onion Plant")
Cryptocoryne assorted
Cryptocoryne assorted - motherplant
Cryptocoryne albida
Cryprtocoryne balansae
Cryprtocoryne becketii
Cryptocoryne blassii
Cryptocoryne blassii special
Cryptocoryne ciliata
Cryptocoryne longicaula
Cryptocorne lingua
Cryptocotyne lucens
Cryptocotyne lucens - Motherplant
Cryptocoryne lutea
Cryptocoryne lutea - Motherplant
Cryptocoryne parva
Cryptocoryne petchii
Cryptocoryne petchii - motherplant
Cryptocoryne pontedenifolia
Cryptocoryne pygmea
Cryptocoryne retrospiralis
Cryptocoryne tonkinensis
Cryptocoryne tropica
Cryptocoryne tropica - motherplant
Cryptocoryne undulatus red
Cryptocoryne undulatus red - motherplant
Cryptocoryne usteriana
Cryptocotyne walkeri
Cryptocotyne walkeri - motherplant
Cryptocoryne wendtii
Cryptocoryne wendtii broadleaf
Cryptocoryne wendtii brown
Cryptocoryne wendtii green
Cryptocoryne wendtii green - motherplant
Cryptocoryne wendtii tall
Cryptocoryne wendtii tall - motherplant
Cryptocoryne wendtii mioya
Cryptocoryne wendtii mioya - motherplant
Cryptocoryne wendtii hybrid
Cryptocoryne wendtii hybrid - motherplant
Cryptocoryne willisii
Cryptocoryne willisii - motherplant
Cyperus alternifolius
Cyperus haspens
Cyperus helferi
Didiplis diandra
Dieffenbachia bausei
Dieffenbachia exotica
Dieffenbachia marianne
Dieffenbachia picta
Dracena deremensis
Dracena deremensis striped
Dracena godseffiana
Dracena florida beauty
Dracena marginata
Dracena sanderiana
Dracena varigatus
Echinodorus assorted
Echinodorus amazonicus (Amazon Sword)
Echinodorus angustifolia
Echinodorus apart - emerge
Echinodorus apart - submerse
Echinodorus apart -submerse - motherplant
Echinodrus argentinensis
Echinodrus argentinensis - motherplant
Echinodorus barthii - emerge
Echinodorus barthii -emerge - motherplantP
Echinodorus barthii - submerse
Echinodorus barthii -submerse - motherplant
Echinodorus berteroi submerse
Echinodorus berteroi emerge
Echinodorus bleheri emerge - motherplant
Echinodorus blerheri submerse
Echinodorus blerheri submerse - motherplant
Echinodorus bleheri special
Echinodorus bleheri aurea
Echinodorus cordifolius
Echinodorus cordifolius hybrid
Echinodorus cordifolius - motherplant
Echinodorus tropica marble queen
Echinodorus tropica marble queen - motherplant
Echinodorus gabrieli
Echinopdrus grandifolius
Echinopdrus grandifolius - motherplant
Echinodorus harbich
Echinodorus harbich hybrid
Echinodorus horemanii green
Echinodorus horemanii red
Echinodorus klenier bar
Echinodorus latifolius emerge
Echinodorus latifolius submerse
Echinodorus major emerge
Echinodorus major submerse
Echinodorus major - motherplant
Echinodorus muricatus - emerge
Echinodorus muricatus emerge - motherplant
Echinodorus muricatus green
Echinodrus muricatus green - motherplant
Echinodorus oriental
Echinodorus oriental - motherplant
Echinodrus osiris
Echinodorus ozelot emerge
Echinodorus ozelot submerse
Echinodorus ozelot green emerge
Echinodorus ozelot green emerge - motherplant
Echinodorus ozelot green submerse
Echinodorus parvifl
orus
Echinodorus parviflorus tropica
Echinodorus phyton
Echinodorus quadricostatus
Echinodorus red flame
Echinodorus red rubin emerge
Echinodorus red rubin emerge - motherplant
Echinodorus red rubin submerse
Echinodorus red rubin submerse- motherplant
Echinodorus rose emerge
Echinodorus rose emerge - motherplant
Echinodorus rose submerse - motherplant
Echinodorus red rubin narrow leaf emerge
Echinodorus red rubin narrow leaf submerse
Echinodrus scaber
Echinodorus schlueteri
Echinodorus schlueteri - motherplant
Echinodorus schlueteri leopard
Echinodorus sp long leaf
Echinodorus sp - motherplant
Echinodorus tenellus broad leaf emerge
Echinodorus tenellus broad leaf submerse
Echinodorus tenellus emerge
Echinodorus tenellus submerse
Echinodorus uruguayensis emerge
Echinodorus uruguayensis submerse
Echinodorus uruguayensis emerge - motherplant
Echinodorus uruguayensis submerse - motherplant
Egeria densa
Eberia densa special
Egeria najas
Eichhornia azurea
Eichhornia crassipes (Water hyacinth)
Eichhornia diversifolia
Eleocharis parvulus
Eleocharis parvulus on small driftwood
Eleocharis vivipara
Eriocaulon cineteum
Eriocaulon sp.
Fittonia argyronanta
Glossostigma elatinoides
Glossostigma elatinoides on small driftwood
Glossostigma elatinoides - Pad
Gymnocoronis spilanthoides
Gymnocoronis spilanthoides var
Hemianthus callitrichoides
Hemigraphis colorata exotica
Hemigraphis colorata exotica narrow leaf
Hemigraphis colorata
Hemigraphis repanda (Violet Ivy)
Hemigraphis sp
Heteranthera dubia
Heteranthera zosterfolia
Hottonia palustris
Hydrilla verticillata
Hydrocharis dubia
Hydroceis nymphaeoides
Hydrocotyle leucocephala
Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides
Hydrocotyle verticillata
Hydrtriche hottoniiflora
Hygrophilla augustifolia emerge
Hygrophilla augustifolia submerse
Hygrophila corymbosa emerge
Hygrophilla corymbosa submerse
Hygrophila corymbosa compacta emerge
Hygrophila corymbosa compacta submerse
Hygrophila corymbosa siamensis emerge
Hygrophila corymbosa siamensis submerse
Hygrophila corymbosa small form emerge
Hygrophilla corymbosa small form submerse
Hygrophila corymbosa stricta emerge
Hygrophilla corymbosa stricta submerse
Hygrophila difformis emerge
Hygrophilla difformis submerse
Hygrophilla difformis special
Hygrophila difformis var
Hygrophila lacustris emerge
Hygrophila lacustris submerse
Hygrophila lacustris small form
Hygrophila polysperma broad leaf submerse
Hygrophila polysperma broad leaf emerge
Hygrophila polysperma emerge
Hygrophila polysperma submerse
Hygrophila polysperma rosanervis emerge
Hygrophila polysperma rosanervis submerse
Hygrophila salifolia
Hygrophila salifolia long form
Hygrophila sp emerge
Hygrophila sp submerse
Hygrophila pantanal wavy submerse
Hygrophila pantanal wavy emerge
Hygrophila cherry leaf emmerge
Hygrophila cherry leaf submerse
Hygrophila red emerge
hygrophila red submerse
Hygrorhyza aristata
Lagarosiphon madagascarensis
Lagarosiphon major
Lagenandra thwaitesii
Lillaeopsis brasiliensis
Lillaeopsis brasiliensis pad
Lill. brasiliensis 30cm matt
Lillaeopsis brasiliensis on small driftwood
Lilaeopsis mauritius
Limnobium laeviagatum
Limnophila aquatica submerse
Limnophila aromatica emerge
Limnophila aromatica submerse
Limnophila hippuroides
Limnophila sessiliflora emerge
Limnophila sessiliflora submerse
Limnophila gigantea emerge
Limnophila gigantea submerse
limnophila taiwain
Limnophila brownie
Lindernia rotundifolia
lindernia rotundifolia var
Lobelia cardinalis
lobelia cardinalis small form
Ludwigia arcuata emerge
Ludwigia arcuata submerse
Ludwigia brevipes
ludwigia glandulosa
Ludwigia inclinata emerge
Ludwigia inclinata submerse
Ludwigia inclinata green
Ludwigia ovalis
Ludwigia palustris
Ludwigia palustris green
Ludwigia peruensis
Ludwigia repens special
Ludwigia repens emerge
Ludwigia repens submerse
Ludwigia sedioides
Ludwigia cuba
ludwigia sp.
Lysmachia nummularia
Lysmachia nummulria aurea
Marsilea angustifolia
Marsilea crenata
Marsilea quadrifolia
Mayaca fluviatilis
Mayacasellowiniana
Micranthemum micranthemoides
Micranthemum sp.
Micranthemum on small driftwood
Micranthemum umbrosum
Microcarpea minima
Microsorium pteropus
Microsorium pteropus special
Microsorium pteropus - Motherplant
Microsorium pteropus on small driftwood
Microsorium pteropus on medium driftwood
Microsorium pteropus on large driftwood
Microsorium pteropus on XL driftwood
Microsorium pteropus Narrow leaf
Microsorium pteropus windelov
Microsorium pteropus windelov on small driftwood
Microsorium pteropus windelov on medium driftwood
Monosolinium tenerus on small driftwood
Monosolinium tenerus 50gm bag
Myrioophyllum dicrocum
Myriophyllum elatinoides
Myriophyllum hippuroides
Myriophyllum matogrossense green
Myriophyllum propinquum
Myriophyllum procerpinacoides
Myriophyllum propinum
Myriophyllum scabratum emerge
Myriophyllum scabratum submerse
Myriophyllum spicatum
Myriophyllum tuberculatum emerge
Myriophyllum tuberculatum submerse
Najas indica
Nesaea sp
Nesaea pedicellata
Nuphar japonica spatterdox
Nuphar japonica spatterdox bulb
Nymphea micrantha
Nymphea rubra
Nymphea rubra bulb
Nymphea sp green
Nymphea sp red
Nymphea stellata
Nymphea stellata bulb
Nymphea tiger lotus green
Nymphea tiger lotus green bulb & plant
Nymphea tiger lotus green bulb
Nymphea tiger lotus red
Nymphea tiger lotus red bulb & plant
Nymphea tiger lotus red bulb
Nymphoides aquatica
Nymphoides indica
Nymphoides sp
Ophiophogon jaburan (Mondo Grass/Fountain Plant)
Ophiophogon jaburan var (Mondo Grass/Fountain Plant)
Ophophogon japonica (Mondo Grass/Fountain Plant)
Ophophogon japonica kyoto
Ophophogon japonica kyoto on small driftwood
Ottelia ovalifolia
Ottelia alismoides
Peliosanthes sp
Physostegia purpurea
Pista stratoides (Water lettuce)
Pogostemon stellata emerge
Pogostemon stellata submerse
Pogostemon stellatus broad leaf
Polygonum amphibium
Polygonum pedunculare
Polygonum sp
Potamageton crispus
Potamageton gayi
Potamageton malainus
Potamageton octandrus
Potamageton perfoliatus
Proserpinaca palustris
Ranalisma rostrata
Riccia fluitans 50gm bag
Riccia fluitans pad
Riccia fluitans on medium driftwood
Riccia fluitans on small driftwood
Rorippa aquatica
Rotala indica emerge
Rotala indica submerse
Rotala macrandra emerge
Rotala macrandra submerse
Rotala macrandra green
Rotala macrandra green narrow leaf
Rotala macrandra narrow leaf
Rotala macrandra small leaf
Rotala macrandra var
Rotala najean
Rotala pearl
Rotala rotundifolia
Rotala wallichii emerge
Rotala wallichii submerse
Rotala walliachii long leaf
Sagittaria platyphylla emerge
Sagittaria platyphylla submerse
Sagittaria subulata
Sagittaria subulata submerse
Salvinia natans (Floating Fern)
Salvinia oblongifolia (Floating Fern - large leaf)
Saururus cernuus
Selaginella wildenowii
Spathiphyllum cannaefolium
Spathiphyllum cannaefolium - Motherplant
Spathiphyllum petite
Spathiphyllum sp
Spathiphyllum sp special
Spathiphyllum wallisii
Spathiphyllum wallisii - motherplant
Synogonium podophyll
um
Synogonium podophyllum red knight
Synogonium white butterfly
Tonina fluviatilis
Tonina sp
Trapa natans (Water chestnut)
Trichocoronis rivularis
Trichoronis rivularis var
Trichomanes javanicum
Uticularia sp
Vallisneria americana
Vallisneria americana rubra
Vallisneria americana biwaensis
Vallisneria americana biwaensis lge
Vallisneria natans
Vallisneria neotropicalis
Vallisneria rubra serpanta
Vallisneria torta
Vallisneria spiralis red
Vallisneria spiralis leopard
Vallisneria contortionist
Vallisneria corkscrew
Vesicularia dubyana on 15cm bamboo
Vesicularia dubyana on 20cm bamboo
Vesicularia dubyana on 30cm bamboo
Vesicularia dubyana 50gm bag
Vesicularia dubyana per kilo
Vesicularia dubyana submerse per kilo
Vesicularia dubyana on small driftwood
Vesicularia dubyana on medium driftwood
Versicularia ferriei weeping moss 50gm bag
Versicularia montagnei christmas moss 50gm bag
Versicularia montagnei christmas moss on driftwood

September 6, 2008
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QUOTE (Richy @ Sep 6 2008, 01:01 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
I'm suprised BlueDave hasn't ask any Q's here as he loves plants /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />

It's just a matter of time - and you know i'm planning on setting up a new tank Richy!

Heh Jarcave,

I'm after some decent Ammania Gracillis, Eustalis Stellata, Ech. Barthii or Ech. Rose, Crypt. becketti petchii or Crypt undulata, Crypt Parva, Barclaya Longifolia and Hemianthus callitrichoides.

Any idea of cost? - would be after single specimens (smallish - no mother plants) of ech, crypt and barclaya and 2-3 pots/bunches of Ammania and Eustalis and 3-4 pots of hemianthus.

September 6, 2008
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oh and as to quarantining plants - thats what the clown loaches are for - might be little buggers and dig up the plants but they do munch the snails!!

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Clowns get massive though Dave...

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QUOTE (Jarcave @ Sep 6 2008, 07:16 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
Here's a basic list. I'm off to Ayreshire shooting for a few days and will have limited net access, but will answer any questions as soon as I can. Most are available as single plants, bunches, potted, some on bogwood and of course bulbs.

They are not treated with anti snail remedies, and thus should be quarantined (Like all plants purchased before been introduced into your main tanks to minimise the risk of snail infestastion. Not that many people ever do this of course! /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />

Have a good weekend everybody...

Wow that's a long list to get through. Will do some more research and get back to you.

My sids laugh in the face of your snails /tongue.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":p" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" />

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Hi Bluedave. Apologies for the late reply. Been playing "Bambinator" a lot lately and have limited net access. Will send you a PM soon.

Cheers

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Cheers mate, no probs.

Yep wouldn't put clowns in my 12 litre matt /laugh.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="Laugh" border="0" alt="laugh.gif" /> /tongue.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":p" border="0" alt="tongue.gif" />

September 15, 2008
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Hi everyone,

I'm not very good with plants in aquarium, i can only ever seem to grow java moss and hornwort, which then gets eaten by my geophagus brasiliensis. Oh and i know just about nothing about them! /laugh.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="Laugh" border="0" alt="laugh.gif" />

I'm looking for a bomb proof plant ideally. Hydrilla verticillata is the one that spreads rapidly with even practically no aquarium light right?

My WPG is probably around 0.6 or something, any other quick growing plant suggestions? For when i move my geo out into another tank.

Jared, could you please send me some prices? /thumbs_up.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":thumbsup:" border="0" alt="thumbs_up.gif" />

David

September 15, 2008
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i would be interested in some of the more unusual mosses, not sure which ones, seen loads on aquabid etc, the sort shrimps would like, but not java moss, got loads of that. cheers

September 15, 2008
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G.John gave me some with his shrimps and they seem to like it, not sure what kind it is though.
G.John, blue shrimp thief!!, whats it called mate?? /cool.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="B)" border="0" alt="cool.gif" />

September 18, 2008
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QUOTE (Daspricey @ Sep 15 2008, 10:22 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi everyone,

I'm not very good with plants in aquarium, i can only ever seem to grow java moss and hornwort, which then gets eaten by my geophagus brasiliensis. Oh and i know just about nothing about them! /laugh.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="Laugh" border="0" alt="laugh.gif" />

I'm looking for a bomb proof plant ideally. Hydrilla verticillata is the one that spreads rapidly with even practically no aquarium light right?

My WPG is probably around 0.6 or something, any other quick growing plant suggestions? For when i move my geo out into another tank.

Jared, could you please send me some prices? /thumbs_up.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":thumbsup:" border="0" alt="thumbs_up.gif" />

David

QUOTE (keith565 @ Sep 15 2008, 10:52 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
i would be interested in some of the more unusual mosses, not sure which ones, seen loads on aquabid etc, the sort shrimps would like, but not java moss, got loads of that. cheers

Gents

Give me a day or two and I'll get some lists sent to you via PM. /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />

Cheers
Jared

May 24, 2009
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WaterRaven
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[I live in Hamilton, Ontario and have been ordering plants from Malaysia recently. I have been pretty lucky so far because the supplier marks the plants as "tank ornaments," otherwise, the LFS tells me that its harder and harder to get plants due to new laws in Canada prohibiting any plants/dirt crossing the border.

I've been able to get things like dwarf anubias and amazon swords, but christmas moss, rubra nymphae, and marimo I ordered all online.

It's great to know there are other options out there /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />

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