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  1. CichlidsRock
    02-22-2016 5:55 PM
    Hi - Esther David suggested that I contact you about my little boy and I getting some Cyps from you at the Big March event. Thanks for letting us know. I'll be there Sat, March 5th around 5PM and on Sunday with my boy. Thanks, Zack
  2. turfboss
    01-18-2013 8:29 PM
    Joe - if you are back in town are you coming to the CA meeting tomorow - if yes please bring the wood - if you can - if not back in town - no problem I will make a trip up when you let me know you are back home---

    PS - Pleco is doing great


  3. kewx
    09-23-2011 8:11 PM
    I have abn longfin and regulars. Both are bigger than 1 1/2 inch. Probably have 30 and another 20 that are smaller. I could bring to the next meeting or you can pick them up in Bel Air. Ken
  4. cabinetmkr39
    02-28-2010 10:01 PM
    Yes sir im still Interested. What are we trading? I forgot.... lol
    Were did you swap fish? Were coming to your place after You go with me to Richards House. He invited us over after the meeting.
  5. tremper
    11-02-2009 9:57 PM
    what up dude. can you see my pic? I was sonny bono for halloween.... see you in a few weeks
  6. cabinetmkr39
    11-01-2009 5:08 PM
    you plant killer,you should be shamed. lol Hey had a gr8 time at Aquafest. see you in Nov.
  7. msjinkzd
    09-15-2009 10:15 AM
    Thanks! Happy belated bday to you! I am glad you daughter liked the snails
  8. DonkeyFish
    06-29-2009 12:00 AM
    Hey there! On Java Moss... it actually takes a few weeks to attach. You'll want to check it when you think you want to take off the bands and gently tug on it to see if it's growing onto the rock (or whatever you attached it to). Might take longer, might take less time. With Java Moss you really want to make sure it's got a good firm grip before letting it go on its own, elsewise you'll have bits drifting off and getting unattached, or the bits that aren't attached drifting off and pulling the attached bits with it. Really a pain. But once it's stuck, you're good! The fern usually grabs easier, I would think in a few weeks it should be good. Cheers!
  9. tremper
    06-12-2009 5:33 PM
    check out my postinging in "general fish talk" "what is it". Now that I think about it I might just take them back to the LFS and trade them for juvie black calvus.......

    did you just get married? congrats if you did.
  10. iamzrad
    06-12-2009 5:28 PM
    What were they again, the "german", OB, and what else?

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