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Old 06-26-2004, 06:56 PM   #11
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I do have some small rock pieces also. Might help in fragging it later.
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Old 06-26-2004, 07:32 PM   #12
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Old 06-26-2004, 07:47 PM   #13
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To all those interested in these mushrooms--Never imagined this kind of response--I'll do what I can to hook you all up with some--Don't worry they aren't going anywhere. I'll need to arrange some rock trades however--I can pluck 1 out of 3 successfully but I'm not sure if they would transfer well. I'd rather send them out with the rock.

Give me about 3 or four days to get back with you all. I am in the middle of trying to get my 175 bow up and running and have about 120lbs of newly arrived LR that I can't place in the new tank yet--Still waiting for it to clear and my beautiful LR ain't smellin so hot right now.

It's in circulating trash cans and changing the water in it daily. Definitely some die off. Hoping to get it placed in the tank Tues where I'll have a massive skimmer running and water changes will be a little more manageable.

FYI--The Old castle Playsand is quite beautiful but I would highly suggest rinsing it in a huge way before using it. It is so powdery that (2) 1200 gph pumps keep it stirred up. Hence the delay in placing my live rock.

Drained off, removed sand and now rinsing--major job. Good exercise however. Nonetheless, the mushrooms are plentiful and will be contacting each of you in few.

BTW--Nobody ever told me if there was a good way to remove them--But I guess thats not an issue now--just trade em!!!

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hey jeff let me know. I live in danville wich is almost greenwood. I know you are very far away but i have pieces of rock to trade let me know.
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Old 06-26-2004, 08:41 PM   #15
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Jeff, Did you find the sand in E'ville? Just wondering. It is not available in my part of S. IN.
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Found the sand in Paducah KY Home Depot--Last 6 bags--Called for hours--Chicago area has plenty as does PA.. Did not find a bit south of us
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My company does business in Greenwood frequently--that's why I said I could get you some for free. We'll work it out
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I'll pay for a few!!
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Old 06-30-2004, 06:19 AM   #19
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I have seen em at stores for 45.00 for about 10 on a 1 pound rock!!!
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well aren;t you the *******, I am sure you did , but if he has o'plenty why not frag adn share or trade
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