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coolfish15
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PostSubject: cobomba   11/28/2011, 10:33 pm

so my red and my green cobomba has over run my tank so i wanted to see if anybody wanted clippings, post type size of clipping and the amount of clippings, please reply




p.s. i really need takers because my micro 5g has been completely over run, i have tried to starve them of light but it didn't work so i have resorted to this because i won't kill a plant i spent my money on
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PostSubject: Re: cobomba   11/29/2011, 12:00 am

i do! anything over 8-10" would be great! I used to have horrible luck with cabomba but these days the bunch i have remains stable. I'm in St. Louis, MO. where are you located?
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PostSubject: Re: cobomba   11/29/2011, 8:57 am

bellingham wa you have to pay for shipping and i have 6-7 in stalks, would that be o.k. it's 25 cents per total inch but every inch of the red comes with a half inch of green and the green is 25 cents per inch and a half, this will be my first time shipping plants so they might be dead on arrival but i will replace them with the same amount as soon as possible, or i would trade 5 in for a cherry barb
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PostSubject: Re: cobomba   11/29/2011, 10:11 am

yeah I'm not sure how shipping will go since I've only gotten plants shipped to me once, but it was during late spring. if it were a shorter distance or from the south I'd go for it, but coming from the northwest into here where it's already freezing temps I don't think chances are good they'll make it alive. thanks though!
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PostSubject: Re: cobomba   11/29/2011, 1:51 pm

They might make it Florida?

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PostSubject: Re: cobomba   11/29/2011, 6:51 pm

maybe if i add a heat pad, any takers? and how much you want i have live doa replacements?
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