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  1. RAOKing off some salvinia minima, harvesting from several tanks. Just pay $7 for usps small flat rate box via PayPal. PM me to claim, 1 package available currently. Salvinia minima is a great floating plant for aquariums, its easy to grow than frogbit and water lettuce-it does not mind being under a lid, doesn't burn from bright light, and doesn't rot from condensation drips, nor is ti picky about air flow (like frogbit and water lettuce). Its an undemanding grower, and helps diffuse light for those with planters tanks getting a bit too much light, and helps suck up excess nutrients/nitrates bettas love making bubble nets in it, an enjoy the shade it gives. If you ever want to be rid of it its much easier to remove completely than duckweed. I don't know if goldfish will eat this, I've not tried it in their tank. Portion= 10"x6" tub Example of portion size below
  2. container is 6"x5" and about 0.75" depth of riccia this is no duckweed, salvinia, or other floaters. Comes from a tank that has been snail free since set up nearly 2 years ago. There is always a chance of some algae but I don't see any. makes great floating mat or if you keep up on trimming it can be tied down to decor/rock/wood. PM me to claim.
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