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Cholla Logs, Worth it?
Old 10-15-2013, 04:24 PM   #11
 
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Didn't mean to rub you the wrong way

Oh, good, FishyFish..I'm glad you continue conversation..I apologize if I made you mad. I was really only trying to state I felt cholla was probably not worth the investment, but my budget is kind of tight. I spent a little time looking at what cholla was, and I can't see that it would be especially nutricious or beneficial. Its simply a wild cactus that grows crazy out west..I think its sort of a gimmick. I suppose it would be worth finding out if your plec enjoys it? But tying java fern/moss,..I believe we should stick with something more permanent. I am not a pleco expert by any means..I have one male bristlenose who is probably about three years old..I got him when I bought a used 55 gallon tank .I asked about your angels because I'm looking to get a breeding pair of koi angels going,..I have tanks and tanks of angels..no koi, one of the lfs owners here in Inverness, Florida wants me to begin raising koi angels, too.Thanks for taking the time.
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Old 10-15-2013, 05:29 PM   #12
 
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Oh, good, FishyFish..I'm glad you continue conversation..I apologize if I made you mad. I was really only trying to state I felt cholla was probably not worth the investment, but my budget is kind of tight. I spent a little time looking at what cholla was, and I can't see that it would be especially nutricious or beneficial. Its simply a wild cactus that grows crazy out west..I think its sort of a gimmick. I suppose it would be worth finding out if your plec enjoys it? But tying java fern/moss,..I believe we should stick with something more permanent. I am not a pleco expert by any means..I have one male bristlenose who is probably about three years old..I got him when I bought a used 55 gallon tank .I asked about your angels because I'm looking to get a breeding pair of koi angels going,..I have tanks and tanks of angels..no koi, one of the lfs owners here in Inverness, Florida wants me to begin raising koi angels, too.Thanks for taking the time.
Oh no, I wasn't upset. I thought for a moment that you may have been confused.
I bought my kio angel from this guy: https://www.facebook.com/JosephHGordon
He just had a baby, so I'm not sure how open he is order wise, but it wouldn't hurt to ask.
He usually sells bushels of kios at excellent prices. I only had space for 1 more angel and the $40 for that dude was WELL worth it xD
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