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Old 05-22-2011, 10:10 AM   #1
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Wisteria story

So Jon sent me some wisteria a while back. It's doing great. Seems like every day I find some rooted floater and stick them in the substrate. Well I'm now out if room for wisteria so I decided to float some in my silver dollar/asstd barb tank. For two days they never touched it. I do a pwc today and decide why not put the wisteria in the gravel and let it grow. I come back two minutes later and guess what. The entire crop of wisteria is gone. Apparently my fish like to be served rather than have to scrounge on the surface. Sorry it was lengthy but I thought it was so funny I had to share.
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