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Old 02-24-2011, 11:07 AM   #21
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Yip they are they can grow up to 46 inches across and can live up to 10 years and olderc i am tryinh to get my hands on a long tenacle toadstool if you have some clowns in your tank they might even host in it ..........

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Old 03-05-2011, 09:11 AM   #22
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Yip they are they can grow up to 46 inches across and can live up to 10 years and olderc i am tryinh to get my hands on a long tenacle toadstool if you have some clowns in your tank they might even host in it ..........

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It never quiet opened.. Just few tentacles came out.. Now it's shedding again... Is this normal? ... Also it's foot is rather small n seems wrinkled

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Is all your water perameters ok is it of colour have you moved it how long has it been closed up ...?

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Is all your water perameters ok is it of colour have you moved it how long has it been closed up ...?

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Having an issue with phosphate which is two level above zero n my nitrate is 5 ppm. Everything is good.. I have not moved it. It's been closed for little over a week... But it has reshaped itself. Just no tentacles... N has good green color
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You need to keep the phos at zero are you useing rowaphos normanly toadstools are prety hardy it could be prolonged effect of high phosphate how long have you had high phos .....?

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You need to keep the phos at zero are you useing rowaphos normanly toadstools are prety hardy it could be prolonged effect of high phosphate how long have you had high phos .....?

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I wasn't testing for phos as I was told Lfs that it wAs too early to worry about phos ??? I happened to test cause I was trying to find cause of why the toad n carpet have been acting weird. I just put in the rowa in the sump where there some strong water flow .. Is this the right place?

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Why to early how long is your tank runing ..yea it is perfect were you have it it more is better leave it for a week or so then take it out and agatait it it is meant to make it more absorbent what size is your tank ....

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It was a generous gift from good friend who had in his home For 2 years ...It's a 220 gallon . I've had it set up since mid november .

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One thing you can do with leathers is take a big bowl of your tank water and throw in a cap or two of kent Iodine and take the leather out and set it in the bowl for 20 minutes and then return it to the tank. You can save the bowl of water and iodine and set him in there again in a few day, Then I would discard the water.
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Did you have to put new water in i take it you did ....

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