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Xmas Moss Issues
>From: "don" <don at calimages_com>
>To: timebomb at pacific_net.sg
>Subject: Xmas Moss Issues
>Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 17:39:01 GMT
>For some reason, I can't seem to get my messages on the Planted Tanks
>mailing list. Sigh... So I'll reply to your message about growing Xmas moss
>The batch you sent me is growing steadily. Not fast, but steady. The slow
>growth is, I'm sure, due to the hair algae that decided the christmas moss
>was a great place to hang out. My SAE's won't touch the algae there, and
>they leave the moss itself alone (except to lay eggs...!)
>I pull the piece of wood out every week or so to rinse off the algae from
>the christmas moss as well as my java moss on the other end.
>25g tall tank, 3 20w fluorescent tubes, yeast CO2 injection, weekly 20%
>water changes, one angelfish, one cherry barb, one zebra danio, two adult
>SAE's, one adult brown cory, 4 glass shrimp, 2 bumblebee gobies.
>A handwritten message found by a UK Sun reporter on an unexploded
>cluster bomb fragment at Tora Bora in Afghanistan:
>"For those dreams taken - here are a few nightmares."
>UK Sun 12-Dec-01