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Old 03-02-2004, 02:35 PM   #11
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what do you mean by LR rubble area??
Take a look at this picture from my gallery. This is the pod pile from the eBay detrivore kit.

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What are POD's? What are they supposed to do?
They eat stuff in the sand bed, feed fish, are generally quite beneficial to the marine system.

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Amphipods crustaceans are peracarid crustaceans, typically ranging in size from 2 to 50 mm, although a few may be larger. Amphipods are common in aquatic ecosystems throughout many parts of the world, inhabiting marine, brackish, and freshwater environments. A few species also live in terrestrial ecosystems. The order Amphipoda, which contains nearly 7,000 described species, is divided into three and sometimes four suborders: Gammaridea, Caprellidea, Hyperiidea, and Ingolfiellidea. The latter, however, are probably highly specialized gammarideans and therefore do not merit recognition as a suborder.
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Wow that's some good looking stuff. Wished I lived close enough to get some of that. I don't have an ebay account so I can't gt it off ebay. Just never got around to setting one up.
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justmy2cents.. setting up the ebay account should not discourage you. It take about 2 minutes and you are good to go.
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justmy2cents.. setting up the ebay account should not discourage you. It take about 2 minutes and you are good to go.
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I know, I know. I just have been lazy about it.
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