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Ceratophyllum demecrum-2Gal. Pristine-Ship Incl.
Item #1653961203

Current Auction Time: Sun Aug 14 01:19:18 2022


Final: $32.00 First Bid $32.00
Time left 00:00 # of Bids 1 (bid history)
Started May 16 2022 - 08:40:04 PM Location New Orleans LA 70118 United States
Ended May 30 2022 - 08:40:03 PM
Auction Closed
Seller Museumquestzoology (34/43) 10-50
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High Bidder Pamhung (1/1)

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Description

Bright green, healthy mops of coon-tail hornwort. Collected from City Park, New Orleans. The plants and cleaned and cool. Shipping included if domestic. USPS Priority. I ship on Mondays and Tuesday. Neutral or slightly basic pH for these plants. They make take root if encourages but do best as floaters and plants that are bent to the tank contours to just take up space. All critters seem to appreciate, from crayfish to live food (loves to hide in the blooms), to fish that need or like the dimentionality. They do well in all kinds of light but the more like the greener. Note: the plants will shed if subjected to high energy current. They will also shed if you add medications that kill fungus. Otherwise, they'll clone, grow and shelter your animals and look green and lovely doing it. One last note, I have to package in a lot of water. I wrap them up in butcher paper or similar to keep them from breaking on each other but they need to stay wet. They dry out quickly. Check out video: https://youtube.com/shorts/pIvBV0sPKNc?feature=share



Bid History:

Bidders Bid Time Bid Comments
Pamhung (1/1)  May 18 2022 - 05:34:17 PM $32.00 

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