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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 5:07 am Post subject: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 Hi,  I  am  Polish  aquarist.  I  am  collector  of  many  rare  ferns,  mosses,  and  Bucephalandra.  I  am  looking  people  who  have  some  interesting  species,  could  be  also  species  from  you  nature  environment.  I  would  like  to  exchange.
 
 Part  of  my  collection  you  can  see  here:
 http://www.flickr.com/photos/62693539@N07/
 
 Besides  I  have  mosses  and  small  ferns  such  as:
 
 Sp.  610  from  one  of  Asian  shop:
 
 
 Moss  Jungermannia  Truncata:
 
 
 mini  Homalia  (mini  Rosa):
 
 
 
 
 
 Fissidens  Grandifrons  (no  Planicaulis):
 
 
 
 
 Fissidens  from  Croatia
 
 -  propably  Dubius?:
 
 
 
 -  propably  Adianthoides?:
 
 
 
 
 -  some  other.  Maybe  also  Dubius  but  growing  in  second  tank:
 
 
 
 -  Fissidens  from  Poland  :
 
 
 Compare  all:
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 Blepharostoma  trichophyllum  (Heteroscyphus  Zollingeri)
 
 
 Plagiochcila  sp.  Cameroon:
 
 
 Hyophila  Involuta  called  star  moss:
 
 
 Barbula  sp.  -  named  by  polish  aquarist  as  Milimetre  Moss  (brought  back  under  the  water  and  adapted  by  him.  It  introduced  to  the  aquarium  quite  accidentally.  He  found  it  in  the  parcel  brought  from  Asia,  along  with  some  other  plants),  now  is  becoming  more  popular  in  all  Europe:
 
 
 Mini  Fissidens  (Mini  Nobilis)
 
 
 Fissidens  Grandifrons  var.  Planiccaulis:
 
 
 My  collection  of  ferns:
 Crepidomanes  Auriculatum  (Asplenium  cf  Normale)
 
 
 Bolbitis  Heteroclita  Cuspidata:
 
 
 Bolbitis  sp.  Gua  Angin:
 
 
 I  have  a  huge  collection  of  Bucephalandra  like:
 Bucephalandra  Kualakuayan2  -  beauty  blue  shining  on  the  leaf:
 
 
 Bucephalandra  Motoleyana  "Red":
 
 
 Bucephalandra  Pearl  "Grey":
 
 
 Bucephalandra  Fake  "Catherinae"  -  small  species:
 
 
 Anybody  who  has  some  interesting  to  exchange  please  wrote  to  me  pm.  Sorry  for  my  english.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:39 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 PheW!!!!  what  a  collection..  Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:11 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 Oh  my  god!where  did  u  get  all  these  stuffs  man?  Drinking
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:43 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 fantastic
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:50 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 Nice  collection  of  rare  plants.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 11:02 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 lovely  collection   Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 11:33 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 That's  an  amazing  collection  of  Mosses  and  ferns.   Thumb Up  
 
 Do  share  us  the  information  on  where  you  have  collected  them  and  the  conditions  that  you  maintain  to  keep  them.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 11:48 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 Hi  Tomek,
 
 ........WELCOME  TO  IAH............
 
 So  you  are  from  Poland  ...which  area  !!
 
 Your  collection  is  amazing  and  rare  ones....let  us  know  from  where  you  collected  them  and  some  more
 details  like  temp.,  lighting  etc....
 
 Enjoy  your  stay  in  IAH....  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:11 pm Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 Welcome  to  IAH..
 You  have  got  an  awesome  collection..
 +1  abhis9  :   Please  share  a  few  details  of  them..
 
 
 Thanks,
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 1:24 pm Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 Hey  what  is  the  plant  on  the  driftwood  in  the  picture  of  Bolbitis  Heteroclita  Cuspidata
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 1:50 pm Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 Hi  Tomek,
 
 Welcome  to  IAH.
 Nice  plants.  Are  on  on   APC  by  the  name  of  Vasteq?  I  may  have  spelled  the  name  incorrectly.   Smile  
 How  do  you  send  plants  to  India?  And  how  do  you  want  us  to  send  plants  to  you?  I  may  have  very  few  rare  plants  that  may  be  of  your  interests.  How  ever,  as  I  said,  sending  and  receiving  from  India  and  Poland  can  be  truly  difficult  issue.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 3:01 pm Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 I  collected  plants  from  collectors  that  are  unknown  in  the  aquarium  trade,  also  I  try  to  collected  by  myself  in  forest.
 
 I  am  looking  mainly  for  interesting  small,  and  medium  ferns  -  exept  of  microsorum,  because  I  have  a  lot  of  microsorum  species  and  I  thing  there  is  no  such  variety  that  I  have  not  had.  I  like  Bolbitis,  I  have  two  kind  of  Heteroclita  species,  it  is  realy  small  (Difformis  and  Cuspidata),  and  one  similar  to  Cuspidata  but  has  sharper  leaves  -  it  is  Gua  Angin.  I  like  any  new  varietes  of  bolbitis,  of  course  if  it  small  or  medium.  
 
 And  I  am  collected  mosses  -  usualy  very  small,  or  with  interesting  shape  (like  you  see  on  photo).  I  love  fissidens,  most  of  them  suitable  for  aquarium,  and  growing  well  in  water  even  if  in  nature  grow  on  wood,  clay.
 
 I  love  plants  growing  on  rocks,  wood  (Bolbitis,  Microsorum,  Bucephalandra).  I  dont  have  any  plant  wich  must  growing  on  substrate  or  gravel.  I  dont  have  place  in  aquarium  for  that  plants.  I  have  only  one  -  eriocaulon.
 
 I  usualy  sending  plants  via  registered  letter.  If  country  has  a  restriction  for  unknown  shipment  from  foreign  country  then  i  sent  in  flat  letter,  because  that  flat  letters  are  not  checking.
 
 I  using  a  lot  of  CO2,  lighting  about  0.5-0.7W/L  and  fertlize  by  Estimate  Index.  Co2  controled  by  computer.  I  set  Co2  level  based  on  the  contents  of  KH  in  my  aquarium  water.  
 
 I  have  a  constant  content  of  KH,  and  CO2  dosing  by  the  computer  (PH  probe  measures  the  pH  contents  and  sends  it  to  computer.  The  computer  is  connected  to  the  solenoid.  Solenoid  valve  opens  or  closes  as  necessary)  I  set  ph  range  that  CO2  content  were  located  in  the  green  field.  For  example  if  I  have  KH=8,  then  i  set  ph  to  6.9-7.2.  To  dissolve  CO2  i  use  a  separate  filter  located  behind  the  main  filter.
 My  CO2  reactor  was  inspired  by  this  here:
 http://www.arowana.com.vn/forum/f182/thiet-bi-tron-co2-jaqno-co2-7588.html
 I  did  it  using  a  filter  (prefilter)  used  in  the  system  of  osmosis  (but  this  isn't  my  photo,  I  show  for  example):
 
 
 
 Co2  is  fed  by  tube  visible  in  the  picture.
 The  filter  can  be  used  also  for  biological  filtering  and  can  be  filled  with  ceramic  cartridge,  which  will  also  reduce  getting  the  undissolved  CO2  into  the  aquarium  (in  the  form  of  air  bubbles).
 
 I  use  this  reactor  because  it  can  dissolve  the  CO2  with  100%  efficiency  without  any  loss.  I  have  a  small  bottle  1.5kg,  and  I  give  a  lot  of  Co2  for  2  tanks,  if  I  had  big  losses  I  would  have  a  monthly  refill  bottle,  but  on  this  way  I  do  it  every  3-4  months  on  average.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2012 3:19 pm Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 @Tomek
 Do  you  sell  any  of  your  plants?and  you  have  a  pm  please  check  it.
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 Amazed  at  your  collection  and  passion.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:54 am Post subject: Re: Plants to exchange with Polish aquarist Smile Reply with quote

 does  your  country  have  some  special  restriction  about  shipment  from  other  country?  Sending  plants  is  forbidden  in  all  country  in  the  world,  without  any  phitosanitary  tests.  So  that  many  people  must  be  doing  it  illegaly.  If  I  send  plants  via  courier  in  package  I  never  wrote  what  is  inside,  because  a  postman  can  refuse  me.  
 Yes,  I  am  vasteq  on  APC  forum,  you  can  see  my  signature  on  photo.
 Small  quantity  i  could  send  in  envelope  via  registered  (reffered?)  letter.  But  I  also  could  try  send  the  courier  like  FedEx,  DHL.  Does  anybody  bought  plants  from  abroad  via  courier?
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