Azolla / Duckweed Fern
Otherwise known as Fairy moss , Duckweed fern , Mosquito fern. Duckweed is the ultimate floating plant. These are a different species, 'Azolla filiculoides,' But they can handle higher temperatures than duckweed even.
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It propagates QUICKLY and is extremely easy. Duckweed prefers a still surface to grow on. Great for any Goldfish. Duckweed is the ultimate food for Goldfish. This version is extremely colorful and fun to watch grow. It gets about twice as big as the normal Duckweed and has red and purple colors on the leaves as well. Definitely a version you don't want to miss out on! We only provide a small amount! No bigger than half a dollar!
ALSO NOTE: THIS SPECIES IS INVASIVE IN MANY STATES, DO NOT INTRODUCE TO ANY NATIVE WATERWAYS. TANK ON!
Well packaged, sufficient amount ... fine transaction-
What?? Oh no it’s like the smallest little guys ever, I watched the video above where D like puts his hand in it and it’s all like lush and large mine is small like micro mini small, but I give you a 3 sir cause it does look pretty cool in my smaller water feature. It did come with a baby snail 🐌 so score I guess. You cannot even see it in the pic you got to like really look hard it made me laugh hard though so 3’s thx for the chuckle let’s see if I can rock it and grow them up… 😂
Awful smell, looked like brown soup, none were green at all.
I have a 10 gallon aquarium with one betta and two snails. When my shipment arrived I was blown away by how much duckweed fern was in the little package. It was enough to cover the entire water surface of my tank. I also got some bonus pieces of frog bit, red root floaters and duckweed as well. Which was awesome. Some people complained about rinsing and the initial mess from the fallout of the plant. I filled my sink with aquarium safe water and put the duckweed fern in the water. After a couple minutes of floating the excess roots or fallout sinks to the bottom. I then scoop out the plants and transfer them to my tank. My snails love it and I've caught them hiding in it or cruising around the glass with a leaf on their shells.
I thought this would be a great addition as a floating plant.....so did my Koi and they ate them all. LOL Dustin sent a nice baggie full but unfortunately I literally have NONE left due to the fish buffet. :) Silly fishies