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I am looking for a large bunch of Pink Microsword as a foreground plant for another scape I am working on. I have some available right now from another member but I am looking for a good bunch of it.

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Are you sure? Cause that stuff is super invasive! I gave some to a member here a while back... She loved it. I'm trying to remember who.... I think Dorthy...

It may have been a chain sword but it was redish
 

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For me normal microsword (Lilaeopsis brasiliensis) has always gone red when kept under high lighting. And I second that it is invasive just like hair grass.
 

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My Lilaeopsis Brasiliensis has gone a redish as well under high light.. It's not like BRIGHT red or super red..... but it's got some red in it
 

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Do you mean E. tenellus? If so, I have some to spare. PM me if you want some. It's being grown in Eco-complete and Excel. I agree with the others. When I had it in my 20 gallon it was all over the place because it is high light and CO2 injected. With Excel and lower light, it's very manageable.
 

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Hello Gary.

It is E. tennelus 'pink', I believe. PM coming your way.

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Gary, I PM'ed your return PM.

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