I was very pleased to do a swap two weeks ago- still catching up here on the blog- of aquarium plants with a fellow local "planted tanker". (My phrase). I gave him a sampling of buces, several medium-sized crypt lutea and crypt wendtii bronze, a half dozen crypt parva and a rhizome piece of crypt retrospiralis (which I didn't want to pull because I have a few and mine are growing so slow. But one rhizome was sticking out so I clipped it off and showed him how my willisii grow from tiny pieces).
In return I got: a handful of frogbit and red root floaters
BBA along the leaf edges, which I cleaned off in a dip and manually pinched off using my fingernails. I didn't get it all- and the amano shrimps immediately started eating it.