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Re: Lava rock and filtering
Your Wright! :o)
You have to excuse me. I am operating under great stress. I have been trying to get the to root of a computer problem for the last 5 days and still haven't got it fixed. My system is limping along and I have not taken the time to proof my messages. Lava, Larva, who gives a ..........
I'm very cranky at the moment.
At 04:43 PM 3/8/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>Hey Robert and Barry,
>The rocks are "lava" and not larva (maggot). I was willing to overlook it
>with Barry, as he has such a terrible "down-under" accent that the mistake
>was understandable. <VBG>
>Robert has no such excuse, as his accent is the purest of California. ;-)
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>robert nhan wrote:
>> I am using larva rock in the pond filter(200g) and it
>> works well. In the waterlilies/Lotus containers, I
>> used nothing but larva rocks.
>Wright Huntley -- 650 843-1240 -- 866 Clara Dr. Palo Alto CA 94303
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