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    BUMMER! Go to a Tractor Supply or other feed...

    BUMMER! Go to a Tractor Supply or other feed store and get a suitable size Rubber Maid stock tank. It will safely house your fish indefinitely.
  2. Thread: Plant ID

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    The nomenclature is really confused on this...

    The nomenclature is really confused on this plant. "Pearlweed" made me think of Micranthemum tweediei, a.k.a 'Monte Carlo', and it isn't that. But it IS the plant in the video, although I think it...
  3. Thread: Plant ID

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    I can't identify the plant, it doesn't really...

    I can't identify the plant, it doesn't really look like Micranthemum to me. But thanks for the photo of the happy platy.
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    Agreed, that was my point. The same is true for...

    Agreed, that was my point. The same is true for the numerous home and garden shows. But they recognize that hobbyist groups and local non-profits actually increase interest and market for the...
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    The general procedure for trade shows s that...

    The general procedure for trade shows s that non-profit organizations are given a reasonable amount of space free or at greatly reduced rates. Is Aquashella charging full commercial rates for local...
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    Beautiful fish! But are they plant friendly? I...

    Beautiful fish! But are they plant friendly? I know they are shown with plants in the background, but I have heard different opinions about this.
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    Great photos!

    Great photos!
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    What is Aquashella?

    What is Aquashella?
  9. Thread: Hello from FW

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    Welcome! If you like planted tanks, you should...

    Welcome! If you like planted tanks, you should come to the DFW APC meeting on Sunday, more info here: ...
  10. Thread: Sunset Platys

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    PM sent.

    PM sent.
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    My C. nurii 'Rosen Maiden' flower pretty...

    My C. nurii 'Rosen Maiden' flower pretty regularly after they get big enough. C. pontederifolia does once in a while, all the rest very rarely flower. I believe some species will not flower unless...
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    Yes, they will be fine and much safer than having...

    Yes, they will be fine and much safer than having an inexperienced person feed them.
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    Gorgeous! I have great admiration for anyone who...

    Gorgeous! I have great admiration for anyone who can keep up with the trimming like that.
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    Do you have a female super red?

    Do you have a female super red?
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    There is overlap between the two categories. For...

    There is overlap between the two categories. For example, hydrocoytle and ranunculus are rhizome plants, but do not grow attached to objects.
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    In planted tank jargon, "epiphyte" refers to...

    In planted tank jargon, "epiphyte" refers to plants like anubias, Java fern, bucephalandra, bolbitis fern, and mosses that grow attached to solid objects (wood, stone) and do not like to be planted...
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    Great looking tank, it really shows the...

    Great looking tank, it really shows the versatility of rhizome plants. I once saw a tank that had a large piece of wood with a whole garden of epiphytes on it and no other plants. It was one of the...
  18. Thread: A little red

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    Looks great! I think most of the complaints...

    Looks great! I think most of the complaints about tissue culture plants come from mishandling and bad storage before they are sold.
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    Very nice! We did a quick test on some LED...

    Very nice!

    We did a quick test on some LED spotlights with a PAR meter at a DFW APC meeting. They had great output and are definitely a good option for planted tanks
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    No, not unusual. They are one of the few species...

    No, not unusual. They are one of the few species that are able to do this frequently.
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    I believe that came from Mooncon. But he has...

    I believe that came from Mooncon. But he has moved and no longer has the organic vegetable garden where the mineralized topsoil came from.
  22. Thread: Bucephalandra

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    Whatever they are, they are beautfiul!

    Whatever they are, they are beautfiul!
  23. Thread: Plant id

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    Agreed.

    Agreed.
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    Obsessive text disorder.

    Obsessive text disorder.
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    I suggest using Purigen or activated carbon to...

    I suggest using Purigen or activated carbon to remove the tannins, and not changing anything else you are doing. This should leave the water chemistry the same and avoid shocking the fish.
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