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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V3 #172
>I know that "flourite" is also a common and
>often quite attractive mineral.
Fluorite is the naturally occuring mineral, CaF2. And as Roger stated it
has some very beautiful forms, I have several different colors of
crystals, yellow, purple and green.
Flourite is a Seachem calcined clay.
It is confusing, I design F2 reactor systems for a living and have seen
several colleques do presentations and end up red faced due to the
mis-spelling (engin-nerd humor)
So far and it has only been 3 months, my flourite tank is doing nicely
except for the black beard alage that colonizes the older leaves.