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  1. all sold Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  2. Hydrocotyle tripartita sold. Riccia still available Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  3. Hydrocotyle triparta - picture 1 Healthy prolific plants mostly rooted. It establishes easily and requires low maintainance. Sinply press down on them occasionally to encourage them to "carpet". $8 for 5x5cm clump. riccia fluitans -picture 2 Pearl crazily when given high light and CO2. This is also a fast growing plant. $8 for 5x5cm tied to stainless steel mesh (as seen on picture2) collection at chermside For express post, additional $12. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  4. sorry mate they are gone now Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  5. Still available. Most have even rooted and gotten taller now!
  6. Hi guys Any recommendations on where to get CO2 tanks/cylinders around brisbane? I'm looking for a 2.0+kg gas tank. Thanks
  7. sure is Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  8. Trimmed my plants today and am sell these two plants as a pack. 20-25 stalks of Rotala rotundifolia. One of my favourite plants! Easy growing and when given high light, its crown develops a peach pink. a small clump of Hydrocotyle triparta japan. Fast growing carpet plant. For a more compact look, press down gently on them once or twice a week. All for $10 or trade with hygrophila pinnatifida collect at chermside. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  9. Do you still have shrimp, Ill take them.  Have you more than 50, 100 would be good.  Please provide phone # and I will ring to arrange pickup.

  10. never use fert in a new tank, coz there is a high risk of having excess and you get algaes. Do 80% water change and cut back lighting hours to reduce algae load. Persistant algae growth can be remove by culling the infested parts of plants or treating the plant with diluted hydrogen peroxide for 5 minutes (available in pharmacies)
  11. Try googling Low tech Planted tank. They are beautiful, great for beginners. I started a Moss, fern driftwood scape with great satisfaction and learnt alot from then on. There are substrates for plants (earth based) or inerts gravels for low maintainence plants. If you are not intending to go into high lights and co2, just start with river sand/gravel. Low maintainence tank do not require much fertilising except a monthly dose of carbon nutrients (Seachem. Flourish Excel). Dosing without experience will risk ending up with a tank of algaes.
  12. Plant ID

    salvinia minima, classified as a floating weed in QLD.