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Old 07-03-2013, 07:46 AM   #11
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Hello 1077 & Bryon;
This is the most reasonable comment I have read leaf litter. I guess we all are in agreement and have reached consensus that a biotope is similar to the actual existing environment (ecology) and not necessarily identical or equal. Would this notion of ours also apply to aquatic inhabitants not being identical or equal but similar?

Thanks for getting my ducks in a row.
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Old 07-03-2013, 11:39 AM   #12
 
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Hello 1077 & Bryon;
This is the most reasonable comment I have read leaf litter. I guess we all are in agreement and have reached consensus that a biotope is similar to the actual existing environment (ecology) and not necessarily identical or equal. Would this notion of ours also apply to aquatic inhabitants not being identical or equal but similar?

Thanks for getting my ducks in a row.
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You don't seem to be understanding what I am saying. In a biotope, the fish species, plant species, and structural elements will be those fouond in the habitat. Otherwise, it is not a biotope.

We can replace leaves with oak leaves [not sure what tree species grow there, but I suspect not the temperate-climate oak] because leaves are leaves. And we can use Malaysian Driftwood for wood because wood is wood and I can't tell the difference from a chunk of wood under the water what type it might be, generally speaking. And sand is sand...etc. But the species of fish and plants we do know, and they will only be those found in that habitat.
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Old 07-03-2013, 01:10 PM   #13
 
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Byron,,

I think anyone with IQ greater than 50 can grasp your meaning.
Much of what some have posted in this thread,is best done in the restroom while seated.
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:50 AM   #14
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Hello 1077:
I assume you are aware that you have completely failed in your effort to make offensive remarks. Your statements indicated to me that you have reached your limit in participating in a civil conversation. I want you to know that I understand the factors that underlie your antagonist’s behavior and have a great amount of compassion towards your situation. Feel free to express move negativity because I understand your needs and I am not offended by this behavior but feel pity for your situation.

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Old 07-11-2013, 08:25 AM   #15
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Hello Byron:
Actually I do understand what you are saying and I think you are confused about what a bio tope consist. This present discussion is the result of me asking you just what do you mean by the word you used “exactly” and I think you mean similar not exactly because as you have noted above that leaves are leaves. If this is the case then …………..

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“the fish species, plant[IMG]file:///C:\DOCUME~1\pop\LOCALS~1\Temp\msohtml1\01\clip_ima ge002.gif[/IMG] species, and structural elements will be those found in the habitat” Since this is the case then the leaf matter can be pine needles because pine needles are the leaves of pine trees and we all know that leaf matter is leaf matter as you stated yet we know that the presents of pine needle as leaf matter in a south American biotope is false just as the leaf matter from temperate-climate oak trees is false.

The trouble here is the use of the word exactly and the notions that are carried with the word. We are not talking about identical or equal but a factual representation of the ecology. As you stated we know the fish species, plant species don’t you think we know the type of plants that create leaf litter? You are very wrong with the assumption that wood is wood and sand is sand and leaf matter is leaf matter in your understanding of a bio-tope.

Do you actually think about what you post or do you just shoot from the hip quick draw style saying the first thought that comes to you.

You are welcome to respond but if you choose to remain silent I will understand.
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Old 07-15-2013, 10:48 AM   #16
 
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Hello 1077:
I assume you are aware that you have completely failed in your effort to make offensive remarks. Your statements indicated to me that you have reached your limit in participating in a civil conversation. I want you to know that I understand the factors that underlie your antagonist’s behavior and have a great amount of compassion towards your situation. Feel free to express move negativity because I understand your needs and I am not offended by this behavior but feel pity for your situation.

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Pop,,
I am wholly capable of offending even the most seasoned bar room brawler's if and when I desire and have done so on numerous occasion's, and have scar's to prove it.
Very liittle of your contribution to this particular thread warrant's the effort.
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Old 07-15-2013, 02:03 PM   #17
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Hello 1077;
I see you have improved your language skills that is good!
You maybe a barroom brawler but you have failed to offend me and you certainly put forth the effort.
Life must be difficult for a bully when the only success is degrading themselves to the lowest most banal behavior possible. I guess you have reached the level of humiliation you are seeking. I still have a lot of pity for your situation and would like you to feel better about yourself. You have permission of an adult to have a glass of milk and some cookies it always helps children feel better after having a hissy-fit.

As to value of your opinion I can not express I am not willing to degrade myself to the level you seek.

Have a nice day!!
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Old 07-15-2013, 02:29 PM   #18
 
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Hello 1077;
I see you have improved your language skills that is good!
You maybe a barroom brawler but you have failed to offend me and you certainly put forth the effort.
Life must be difficult for a bully when the only success is degrading themselves to the lowest most banal behavior possible. I guess you have reached the level of humiliation you are seeking. I still have a lot of pity for your situation and would like you to feel better about yourself. You have permission of an adult to have a glass of milk and some cookies it always helps children feel better after having a hissy-fit.

As to value of your opinion I can not express I am not willing to degrade myself to the level you seek.

Have a nice day!!
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Would be happy to!
I love milk and cookie's almost as much as a good old fashioned alley or Bar room brawl.
Again,, Your trifling observation's as to my character are duly noted, and I hold them in the same esteem as I do those pestering gnat's that I routinely dispatch with a flick of the hand while fishing .
Actually,,I find their tenacity much more troublesome than the complete body of work you have submitted .
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Old 07-15-2013, 03:25 PM   #19
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Hello 1077:
I am so glad you like cookies and a glass of milk, do you feel better now I hope so.
As noted before I can not allow myself to sink to your level of degradation which makes your opinion quite useless to me. I have to admit your language usage is very impressive keep it up and at some time in the future we may be able to communicate in a way which each of us might find satisfactory. As to your behavior and angry aggressiveness only you can change this and my view of your character is the one you have created through your postings. In virtual reality of the internet one is defined by the way and the words one uses if you don’t care for the way others view your behavior then change the way you address folks.
Have a nice day and maybe some more milk and cookies to feel better.
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Old 07-16-2013, 07:53 AM   #20
 
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Who could be grumpy when there are milk and cookies to be had?!! ^.^


Thanks for posting such a neat video, Byron! I really enjoyed it. . . I've not kept Angelfish yet, but they're beautiful and fascinating animals, to be sure. . . can't help but swoon for cichlids. One day, I'll have them - and an 8 foot tank to go along with them! *dreams*
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