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    My comment on all this neat stuff is if as much...

    My comment on all this neat stuff is if as much ingenuity had/is put into things like our educational system, Green technology, social issues, and all the other things cool....the world would be a...
  2. Thread: My new Betta

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    Hello Ant/Jim: y'all are both right. Both...

    Hello Ant/Jim:

    y'all are both right. Both methods are ok. I personally side with Jimscott if you just want to raise a few betta babies, it need not be expensive.
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    Odd offer, Skeleton shrimp

    Hope this is ok here.
    Very late for Halloween. However, if you are bored of sea monkeys, I am extending an offer for what may be sea zombies. Also known as Caprellid amphipods. These creatures are...
  4. how many mangrove babies you got there?

    how many mangrove babies you got there?
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    black mangroves

    [Anyone here grow or know anything about growing black mangroves...for perhaps a mudflat paludarium?
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    Buddistadam: Agreed on the joint locks! Ok, at...

    Buddistadam: Agreed on the joint locks! Ok, at the noob level it is very hard for anyone to submit anyone with them but by far the worst is the Ankle/Achilles lock. I had a few of those put on...
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    Thats true. Most of the class has zero experience...

    Thats true. Most of the class has zero experience like me so I don't think it will matter much at least in the first few weeks.

    Main thing that I see is that since a righty vs a lefty would be...
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    rugby is awesome! I'll have to say though that I...

    rugby is awesome! I'll have to say though that I like the shape of the Merkin football much better. So basically street football is the best.

    i'm in Cali. Lotta people here haven't heard of...
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    Combat sports

    Anyone else in here into combat sports?

    I joined a PE class at our school that was for this. Started off as wrestling, and we just finished up grappling/jiu jitsu. Fun fun fun! We play rugby in...
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    How do they get at the eggs without getting...

    How do they get at the eggs without getting killed by the birds? I understand they feed on the eggs of weaver birds mainly.
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    Haha, yeah thats more like it. They are sold at...

    Haha, yeah thats more like it. They are sold at reptile stores on the occasion, but unless you really think these plants are worth that money I wouldn't buy one just to ship it to me. They will spray...
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    I'd love those also(Buddhistadam is correct on...

    I'd love those also(Buddhistadam is correct on his ID's btw!), but vinegaroons would be most preferred. Thing about the tailess whips is that they are very fragile as far as being grabbed goes.
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    Those are closely related. We have small native...

    Those are closely related. We have small native species in FL and the Desert Southwest. Though I doubt anyone would come across them(supposedly in FL they like basements and hiding in such places as...
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    Under rocks or other cover, or in rodent burrows....

    Under rocks or other cover, or in rodent burrows. They need to be near a source of moisture(so they are often found under rocks near water or other places where the soil will be slightly moist).
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    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v162/nonamethefi...

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v162/nonamethefish/mtank4.jpg
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    I have some mealworms breeding in my roach...

    I have some mealworms breeding in my roach colonies. So basically any dry substrate with a moist food source will work.
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    Odd trade(plants vs bug)

    Ok, for anyone in the desert SW(AZ, NM, TX, etc. or the Southeast, i.e FL, SC, Gulf states) I am looking for vinegaroons. Have a few plants I'd be willing to trade including

    Macodes petola
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    What location? Are you subscribed to killitrader?...

    What location? Are you subscribed to killitrader?

    I could use a female or two of 'Misaje' myself for this summers breedings as my current group is mostly males.
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    To back up all your statements on these...

    To back up all your statements on these moths(coincidentally I had a miniproject up my sleeve). Here ya go.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v162/nonamethefish/poly1.jpg
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    cocoons and ova of moths are often sold on...

    cocoons and ova of moths are often sold on www.insectnet.com
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    I'd second the suggestion on silkmoths. You've...

    I'd second the suggestion on silkmoths. You've likely done silkworms before, so why not have something with a more interesting end result?
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    This is my first try...research research. :) ...

    This is my first try...research research. :)

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v162/nonamethefish/img_0182.jpg
    I have added in a few plants. Monstera obliqua, Selaginella plana(too hard to find...
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    Pacific grove Monarchs

    Does anyone know anything about this? Are the monarchs currently present? I've looked around online but would appreciate info from someone here.
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    A paludarium I've been working on

    I haven't been updating on my fish/critters in a while, so I felt unveiling this little project would be a good place to start.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v162/nonamethefish/IMG_0135.jpg
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    RL836: Thanks for the info. I am already starting...

    RL836: Thanks for the info. I am already starting seeds, but thought a plant might be a little shortcut to more? Guess not.
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