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cwlodarczyk 04-05-2006 01:26 PM

Yep, I'll be there too.

1. Lauren
2. AC Baldwin (Andrew)
3. TetraFreak (Ben)
4. Gomer (Tony)
5. John P.
6. frugalfish (David)
7.?slickwillislim (William)(not quite sure yet.)
8. cwlodarczyk (Carl)
9.

turbomkt 04-05-2006 04:18 PM

1. Lauren
2. AC Baldwin (Andrew)
3. TetraFreak (Ben)
4. Gomer (Tony)
5. John P.
6. frugalfish (David)
7.?slickwillislim (William)(not quite sure yet.)
8. cwlodarczyk (Carl)
9. turbomkt (Mike) - Should be there

fishfry 04-05-2006 08:00 PM

ooo ooo... I want to play
1. Lauren
2. AC Baldwin (Andrew)
3. TetraFreak (Ben)
4. Gomer (Tony)
5. John P.
6. frugalfish (David)
7.?slickwillislim (William)(not quite sure yet.)
8. cwlodarczyk (Carl)
9. turbomkt (Mike) - Should be there
10. fishfry (Ethan)

IUnknown 04-05-2006 08:11 PM

1. Lauren
2. AC Baldwin (Andrew)
3. TetraFreak (Ben)
4. Gomer (Tony)
5. John P.
6. frugalfish (David)
7.?slickwillislim (William)(not quite sure yet.)
8. cwlodarczyk (Carl)
9. turbomkt (Mike) - Should be there
10. fishfry (Ethan)
11. Iunknown (Greg)

Might want to recommend hardy slow growing plants, ala Senski setup. Anubias, etc., so it gets established right away, and he wont have to trim to much.

Gomer 04-05-2006 08:25 PM

well, you want some fast growers or the nutrient imbalance will suck. There is a good mix to play with that will work nicely.

turbomkt 04-05-2006 08:46 PM

I can have java fern and windelov java fern, dwarf sag, bacopa, anubias nana gold, and A. barteri (very large) at the least...

slickwillislim 04-05-2006 08:49 PM

We could throw some floaters in their to suck up the nutrients. Some salvinia or water lettuce.

What size tank and lighting are we looking at, that would definetly help in determining the setup? I am guessing we won't know until we get there.

John P. 04-05-2006 09:05 PM

I'll know more tomorrow. I'm stopping by over lunch.

Gomer 04-05-2006 09:06 PM

also check what type of hardscape supplies we have. ..oh, and what substrate and if sand is available. ..I am getting ideas LOL.

Lauren 04-05-2006 09:12 PM

I ordered too much glosso, so I'll be bringing two bunches.

But I REFUSE to plant it.


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