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Re: JAVA MOSS
SRosendorf at aol_com wrote:
> Dear Folks,
> A long time ago when I was doing Killies, I used containers with a greenish
> sand appearing substance, that was really tiny glass beads, for spawning the
> Nothos and the Cynos. It was really convenient and the eggs were easily
> retrieved, and easily cleaned.
> Do people still use that "stuff"? What is it called and is it available?
It is the reflective beads added to paints to make road signs and stripes
glow in your headlights. It's called glass beads. ;-) Bum some from your
local highway dept.
I gave up on it when a pair of beautiful and rare Cynolebias died from
eating it. I guess they thought it looked like eggs or something. Never
again with fish I like. Peat's just too safe and easy.
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntleyone at home dot com
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maybe that's why politicians give so much support to
the public education establishment."
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