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Marimo Balls, Moss Balls, Aegagropila linnaei, Cladophora aegagropila



 
 
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  #11  
Old October 7th 08, 09:34 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
John Smith[_3_]
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Default Johnny Smiths Smegma Flavored Nut Sack Balls.............a newproduct by [email protected] Aka John Smith the usenet kook

On Oct 7, 2:28*pm, "Ieyasu" keeps looking at
John Smiths Hairy ass and just wants to ask Johnny if he can Rim him a
good one.:
"John Smith" sucked another cock and asked for more.



I wank off in the 3 tank 4 times a day plus the nutrients form my
mommas douche water, so they get lots of nutrients.
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Old October 8th 08, 02:43 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
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Default Marimo Balls, Moss Balls, Aegagropila linnaei, Cladophora aegagropila

Ieyasu wrote:
"John Smith" wrote in message
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ReelMcKoi wrote:

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Interesting. I notice they don't keep them with fish.

I do ... they do well, the fish do well. However, to grow them, I now
have a 90g tank. However, the only reason for that is I keep nutrient
levels above what I would be comfortable keeping the fish at ... this is
only to speed growth.


What kind of lighting and nutrients do you use in that 90g? I've noticed
that if I keep mine in a tank with 3.25 WPG (no added nutrients), they get
some green hair algae growing on them but they do very nicely in a tank
that's at 2 WPG (again, no added nutrients).

-I



I have four, 4 ft florescent tubes. The tubes are just what I had
about, a "plant tube", a day light tube, and two cool white tubes ...

This is just an experiment so nothing special, I am adding a 15-35-15
fert now, it is my wifes ... again, just something which was laying
around. I made up a strong stock solution and drop 90 drops
every-other-day into the tank and change water every 5 days ... this is
not a "scientific experiment" ... just something done for fun.
However, I am getting good growth ... but have to scrape algae every so
often ...

It started out a bit more organized but had to move stuff and have
carpeting installed, painting, etc. so this is the state it is in for
right now ...

Regards,
JS
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Old October 8th 08, 03:48 PM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
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Default Pictures of some skank bitches John Smith aka [email protected] known over the years

On Oct 7, 8:43*pm, John Smith flopped on
his back and spead his asscheeks for all to have and then uttered :
Ieyasu wrote:
"John Smith" why do I love a skank bitch as much as I do..........they remind me of my mother

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Old October 9th 08, 04:16 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
ReelMcKoi
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Default Marimo Balls, Moss Balls, Aegagropila linnaei, Cladophora aegagropila


"John Smith" wrote in message
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ReelMcKoi wrote:

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Interesting. I notice they don't keep them with fish.


I do ... they do well, the fish do well. However, to grow them, I now
have a 90g tank. However, the only reason for that is I keep nutrient
levels above what I would be comfortable keeping the fish at ... this is
only to speed growth.

Regards,
JS

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Are you going to sell them to local pet shops? They are pretty. I have to
keep my eyes open for them in the local stores.
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RM....
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Old October 9th 08, 06:07 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
Ieyasu
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Default Marimo Balls, Moss Balls, Aegagropila linnaei, Cladophora aegagropila


"ReelMcKoi" wrote in message
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Are you going to sell them to local pet shops? They are pretty. I have to
keep my eyes open for them in the local stores.
--


The ones at the local stores here look horrible. Not only do they charge
$10 for a golfball size, but they're browning in places, filled with debris
and are not quite "ball shaped" but look like they were ironed out and then
folded back together. Would be nice to see some that were grown by
experienced people.

-I


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Old October 10th 08, 01:32 AM posted to rec.aquaria.freshwater.misc
ReelMcKoi
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Default Marimo Balls, Moss Balls, Aegagropila linnaei, Cladophora aegagropila


"Ieyasu" wrote in message
...

"ReelMcKoi" wrote in message
...
Are you going to sell them to local pet shops? They are pretty. I have
to keep my eyes open for them in the local stores.
--


The ones at the local stores here look horrible. Not only do they charge
$10 for a golfball size, but they're browning in places, filled with
debris and are not quite "ball shaped" but look like they were ironed out
and then folded back together. Would be nice to see some that were grown
by experienced people.

-I

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They were probably crushed in shipment.
--
RM....
~~~~ }((((* ~~~ }{{{{(

 




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