Monosoleneum tenerum (nee Pellia)

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Monosoleneum tenerum (nee Pellia)

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I'm soon going to reduce the amount of this liverwort in a couple or three tanks and wondered if anyone might like the the cuttings. I say 'cuttings' but there's no blade involved - it's more about pulling out handfuls!

It grows quite slowly - but determinedly! - and is happy to park anywhere there's something it can rest its bones on. I don't know how it fares in hard water.

I very rarely (if ever, now I come to think about it) notice it in forumpeeps' tank pics, so I thought I'd take some fuzzies to show the sort of habits it adopts in-tank :


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Usual arrangements apply : the whole lot will be sent to the first interested forumpeep ; he/she may decide to divide it if there are others in line.

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Hi Vale!, I would be interested in some of this.

If you let me know how much plus P&P and your Paypal address will sort it.

Happy to wait and see if others are interested before finalising.

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The consignment would consist of all that I hoiked out, so no problem finalising straight away ... unless you're gauging the number of face-offs you'd likely endure with your local Post Office Dragon-Lady were you to send any on to others!

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Vale! wrote: Wed Nov 18, 2020 18:23 pm The consignment would consist of all that I hoiked out, so no problem finalising straight away ... unless you're gauging the number of face-offs you'd likely endure with your local Post Office Dragon-Lady were you to send any on to others!
Fair enough, I will take whatever is on offer LOL
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OK, T-R : Take Cover! PM incoming!

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If any left over I wouldn’t mind any I’m always after plants.

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