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Conversation Between Oldfishlady and SilverCaracal
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  1. SilverCaracal
    02-26-2012 06:26 PM - permalink
    Hello! Do you know what these tiny black dots are on wisteria leaves?
    Thank you!
  2. SilverCaracal
    10-25-2010 05:18 PM - permalink
    Hey Oldfishlady! I just need some advice. Ares' rays are still melting. It's been pretty bad recently. I think sooner or later, all his fins will be melted. I do daily 20% water changes and a 100% every week. He's in a filtered 2.5 gallon. I've already tried oak leaves, but it gets moldy and doesn't seem to work. I have aquarium salt, too, but I'm not using it. Thanks!
  3. SilverCaracal
    09-12-2010 11:41 AM - permalink
    I got a reply saying that Anubias leaf will not sprout roots, only the rhizome. It would be nice if I could cut the rhizome, since I would like 2 seperate plants, but should I wait until the anubias grows a little more, since I got it from the lps just a month ago and the rhizome is only about 2 inches?
  4. SilverCaracal
    09-11-2010 02:56 PM - permalink
    Thanks anyways!! I just asked Byron and will update you when I get a reply :)
  5. SilverCaracal
    09-11-2010 02:07 PM - permalink
    Hey Oldfishlady! I have a quick question about anubias-
    A leaf of one of the anubias plants fell like a month ago and I've just let it float in the tank all this time. It's not rotting or anything and the leaf is still green and looks healthy. I don't want to remove it since Ares is using it as a bed, but I'm just wondering if it will grow into a seperate plant?
  6. SilverCaracal
    07-21-2010 04:35 PM - permalink
    Ok thanks!!!
  7. SilverCaracal
    07-21-2010 04:26 PM - permalink
    Do you mean on the ingredients label because on mine it says salt, sodium silicoaluminate, sodium thiosufate, potassium iodide. Are any of those toxic? Thanks sooo much for your help!!!
  8. SilverCaracal
    07-21-2010 04:11 PM - permalink
    It doesn't say what type of salt it is says H-E-B (the store's name) Quality Iodized Salt.
  9. SilverCaracal
    07-21-2010 04:10 PM - permalink
    Ooooo...I have another type of salt that I got from a grocery store. It's iodized 45%, but it's not anti-caking. Would it work?
  10. SilverCaracal
    07-21-2010 04:00 PM - permalink
    Just wondering but why wouldn't you use it?
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