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Re: Wool Mops, what the fish are saying!
>From: "Bun Bun" <ridgerunrbunny at hotmail_com>
>Reply-To: killietalk at aka_org
>To: KillieTalk at aka_org
>Subject: Re: Wool Mops, what the fish are saying!
>Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2001 16:25:56 -0500
>24 hours ago I picked from my black nylon mop 9 Australe Chocolate eggs.
>When returning the mop to the tank I also added one of my home spun black
>wool mops. As of a few minutes ago, I picked off of the black nylon mop one
>egg and off the wool mop, 16, I say...that is sixteen. A small mop, 50
>around a floppy disc. The fiber holds air more than the nylon and sprawls
>all over. This is only hour 24, maybe tomorrow will be different.
I doubt it, Bunny,
I have observed that most plant spawners tend to select the *softest* medium
for their eggs that they can find. If two acrylic mops are harsh and soft,
they will go for the soft one. If some black brush algae (the kind that
grows in 1/2"-long tufts) is in there, the eggs go there. [It is *really*
I love baby yarn, but despise the colors it comes in. ;-)
The *only* problem that your wool yarns may have is that they may tend to
decay earlier than the synthetics, when used over a really long period.
[Both are organics and *can* decay.]Since you look at them often, that
should be easy to catch, if and when it ever happens.
Otherwise, I'm envious that you have a source of truly soft, dark mop
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