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Old 02-23-2007, 05:17 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hardscape is optional and can be added at a later time. It can add to the appearance but so do the plants. We like driftwood and some of our tanks have a rock or two.

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I would suggest taking Bolbitis off the list. IMO, this is not a low-light/low-tech plant. I would advise against riccia as well, though maybe once we get the tank setup it will be OK but I highly doubt it.

I can bring some narrow leaf java fern and maybe a golfball size clump of taiwan moss, though if brynnhilde is bringing peacock moss I'd rather not have the two mix. I might also be able to bring some Anubias nana depending on how saintly I'm feeling...I'm quite stingy with my Anubias.

My biggest concern right now is hardscape and I don't know how people 'scape these natural tanks. If I find some good stuff before the meeting at Mr. Mulch I'll bring it.
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I can bring some riccia, but I don't know how well it would do (I'm not familiar with the Natural Aquarium method). The quantity won't be enough to make a great covering on a 20 gallon and I don't know if you have anything to attach it to.

I can also bring some cherry shrimp if anyone wants some.
The Riccia may not work in the "Natural" tank but I'm sure there are a few of us who would be interested in it We usually swap some plants at the meetings too and I imagine there will be more than enough plants for Sean's tank.

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accidentaldog I would love some cherry shrimp, although I dont have to much to offer other than money.
BTY this will be my first meeting and I cant wait.
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I'll bring the Val. nana that people liked and some Echinodorus quadricostatus. Is Byerly's Aquarium Supplies open on Sunday?

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According to their web site:

Byerly's Aquarium

Yes, from 12 to 5 PM.
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I have 17 pounds of pearlgrass..... i suppose i could spare some if rob doesn't mind.
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Hey everyone. Sorry I've been around so little! Tax season is a pretty busy time for me at work and I have been putting in tons of OT.

While I won't be able to make the meeting tomorrow (work again), I do have plenty of stem plants I'd be willing to donate if someone would be willing to pick them up today. Right now my tanks are so overgrown that after a decent trimming, I could probably end up with enough stems to plant several 20g tanks by myself. I've got several hygro species, ludwigia, and others as well as some val, sag, , etc.

If anyone going to the meeting can make it to Hamilton today, shoot me a PM with your phone #. I'll be home all day and I'll keep an eye on APC!

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I heard through the grapevine that Rob has deals pending with Tropica in Europe and Amano in Japan to supply them with HM.

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