Looking for plants from SE Asia

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Hey guys,

I'm looking for some plants from southeast Asia, but everywhere I've looked have been out of stock in what I'm wanting.

I have a 29 gallon tank. I'm wanting some Blyxa, random crypts, Pogostemon helferi, Mixed hygrophilia, and some mosses(not java or Christmas).

If anyone can help out, please IM me with what is available and price with shipping to Utah.

Thank you!
 

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I think Mcasella has crypts I had one. All the plants I had were awesome and the crypt is doing surprisingly well from a cutting.
 
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Here is what I'm looking for.

I have quite a list.

Blyxa japonica,

Bucephalandra, mostly small leaf varieties,

Cryptocoryne parva or Marsilea crenata,

Hygrophilia pinnatifida,

Pogostemon helferi,

Pogostemon stellata
 

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Ariavin said:
Here is what I'm looking for.

I have quite a list.

Blyxa japonica,

Bucephalandra, mostly small leaf varieties,

Cryptocoryne parva or Marsilea crenata,

Hygrophilia pinnatifida,

Pogostemon helferi,

Pogostemon stellata
I know Vishaquatics has Stellata. And I think he has crypts too. I’ve been looking for everything else also! I’m going to be doing a SE Asia tank late this year or early next year. Trying to prepare!
 
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So far I love it. There are smaller fish there than in the Amazon that a lot of people don't have.

so far, I have some small buce on the driftwood and cryptocoryne lyrata under it. I want the stellata and hygro behind and accent around t,he driftwood with the blyxa and helferi.

The larva or crenata will be a carpet everywhere else. About 80% of the tank.

I want to attach more buce and moss to the wood itself.
 

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