Giant Hairgrass Eleocharis Vivipara Bunch Live Aquarium Plants BUY2GET1FREE


Giant Hairgrass Eleocharis Vivipara Bunch Live Aquarium Plants BUY2GET1FREE by SS156 at Think Earth Shop. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Eleocharis vivipara also known as Umbrella Giant Hairgrass.Eleocharis vivipara is a species of flowering plant in the sedge family known by several common names, including umbrella hairgrass, sprouting spikerush, and viviparous spikerush.. Popular in breeding tanks as it provides excellent cover for fry and young shrimps.. Eleocharis vivipara. Live Aquarium Plants. Ships to: United States.


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Eleocharis vivipara also known as Umbrella Giant Hairgrass.Eleocharis vivipara is a species of flowering plant in the sedge family known by several common names, including umbrella hairgrass, sprouting spikerush, and viviparous spikerush.. Popular in breeding tanks as it provides excellent cover for fry and young shrimps.. Eleocharis vivipara. Live Aquarium Plants. Ships to: United States.

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  • Eleocharis vivipara is a species of flowering plant in the sedge family known by several common names, including umbrella hairgrass, sprouting spikerush, and viviparous spikerush.
  • Popular in breeding tanks as it provides excellent cover for fry and young shrimps.
  • Eleocharis vivipara
  • Live Aquarium Plants
  • Ships to: United States

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SS156
Manufacturer:
plantsfactory
Category:
Aquatic Plants
Publisher:
plantsfactory

 


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