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Seller Details
Junior Member
Posts: 2
Registered: December 2011
Location: Carolinas

Anacharis (Egeria densa) 1'-2' stems

 

Quantity Views Date Posted
1 1663 Wed December 28, 2011

 

Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
$0.40 None Excellent

 

Description:
Anacharis, a robust submerged aquatic coping well in cold to warm water conditions 35f-95f, shady to well lit positions

Versatile for aquaria or pond positions, making pretty white emergent flowers in positions it likes. Can form dense masses suitable to protect fish from predators, encouraging fish spawning, protection for fish fry.

Captive turtles with a fondness for nutritious salad munchies find anacharis a favourite nibbly

Easy to establish, roots well into sand, grit substrates, will on its own form a resilient mesh of roots when stems grow down to bottom of aquarium or pond

40 cents a stem, 1'-2' long

Dispatched weather permitting, 25f would be a bit too cold to risk anacharis travelling through unheated freight facilities
Keywords: anacharis,egeria densa,submerged,aquatic,plant

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Author
FryBaby
Junior Member

Registered: June 2012
Posts: 4
Comment Date: Fri July 6, 2012
Do you still have the plants for sale and if so where are you located?



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