Duck Weed Starter Pack-abquatics

Duck Weed Starter Pack

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Duckweeds are tiny, free-floating plants that are native to Australia. They include the smallest flowering plants on Earth. Duckweeds have tiny, white, barely visible flowers, and spread mainly by fragments.

Might contains snail at times as they hang on the top with the duckweed.

You will receive handful of duckweed that will get you going

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
43%
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Jayde field (Caulfield South, AU)
No reply

My whole order came with snails through everything. I tried contacting and have not gotten a reply

K
Khirullah Odda (Sydney, AU)

Not good and poor quality they are all dead

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Des (Campbelltown, AU)
Great, but check for hitchhikers

The bag of duckweed I received could cover about half a metre square with basically no gaps, so you really only need to order one bag. I washed the duckweed in clean water and let it sit there in a bucket for a while, and noticed that some long white free-swimming worms (Stylaria sp.?) and some freshwater amphipods (scuds) had hitchhiked in with the duckweed. If you don’t want these things in your aquarium, make sure that you’ve washed the duckweed thoroughly before adding it to your aquarium.

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Peter jarvis (Melbourne, AU)

Duck Weed Starter Pack

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Bayden (Sydney, AU)

Adds a very natural aesthetic to my aquarium, arrived healthy- grows well, and looks great.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
43%
(3)
14%
(1)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
29%
(2)
J
Jayde field (Caulfield South, AU)
No reply

My whole order came with snails through everything. I tried contacting and have not gotten a reply

K
Khirullah Odda (Sydney, AU)

Not good and poor quality they are all dead

D
Des (Campbelltown, AU)
Great, but check for hitchhikers

The bag of duckweed I received could cover about half a metre square with basically no gaps, so you really only need to order one bag. I washed the duckweed in clean water and let it sit there in a bucket for a while, and noticed that some long white free-swimming worms (Stylaria sp.?) and some freshwater amphipods (scuds) had hitchhiked in with the duckweed. If you don’t want these things in your aquarium, make sure that you’ve washed the duckweed thoroughly before adding it to your aquarium.

P
Peter jarvis (Melbourne, AU)

Duck Weed Starter Pack

B
Bayden (Sydney, AU)

Adds a very natural aesthetic to my aquarium, arrived healthy- grows well, and looks great.