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  1. Thread: Basilisk

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    Thanks for the thoughts Ed, they were helpfull....

    Thanks for the thoughts Ed, they were helpfull. I have ended up with pothos and they are working well so far. Spath is another good one, but I find gets way to tall in the tank, had one on the land...
  2. Thread: Basilisk

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    Thanks for the thoughts, So far no nose bumps...

    Thanks for the thoughts,

    So far no nose bumps or rubbing. My bigger issue that I'mgetting fixed, is the tank originally had mirrors on the bank (when it was a CP tank). I've covered much of the...
  3. Thread: Basilisk

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    No fish tank, although I'm considering a couple...

    No fish tank, although I'm considering a couple of minnows in the lizard pool, does that count? LOL

    The water set up in the tank is a large plastic container (about 1/3 the floor space of a 55 gal...
  4. Thread: Basilisk

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    Good ideas Allosaurz. Water Lettuce is on my list...

    Good ideas Allosaurz. Water Lettuce is on my list to look for, I think the water Hyacinth may get too big (if it makes it LOL). I'm also thinking about some water chestnuts, I think I can get those...
  5. Thread: Basilisk

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    Thanks Jim, Sure couldn't prove weather by us...

    Thanks Jim,

    Sure couldn't prove weather by us right now, tons of rain and still way to cold. Looking forward to good motorcycle weather soon.

    The basilisk's, Bonnie and Clyde, are doing great...
  6. Thread: Basilisk

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    Thanks for the links. Bonnie and Clyde are not...

    Thanks for the links. Bonnie and Clyde are not green, they are the common brown type but I expect care to be pretty much the same. I tried some grapes this AM to see if they will try some fruit, they...
  7. Thread: Basilisk

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    Hi all, old time member but not around very often...

    Hi all, old time member but not around very often lately so not sure if many of you will remeber me.

    I have recently acquired a pair of basilisk, how cool are they...
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    Wow, I have been very remiss to not check back on...

    Wow, I have been very remiss to not check back on this post I started, sorry but thanks for the responses.

    So far I've not added anything to the pond, although I have some triops I considered...
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    Well, time will tell. I repotted this weekend,...

    Well, time will tell. I repotted this weekend, although cheated a bit cause I left a ball of LFS around the roots and set the whole thing on top of the clay chips in the container. I actually need to...
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    Thanks for your thoughts Slizarus. Your point...

    Thanks for your thoughts Slizarus. Your point about minerals in the clay is a good one, time will tell I guess if there is a problem. I really like the idea about using peat tea to water with. I am...
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    My new venture for this year is orchids. Started...

    My new venture for this year is orchids. Started with a kmart rescue a couple of months ago and now have 6--oppps, off topic LOL

    Anyhow, in researching care, I came across S/H growing for orchids...
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    Detail:   55 gal tank, houses 1 male Mountain...

    Detail: 55 gal tank, houses 1 male Mountain Horn Dragon (Iggie), set up is 1/3 water, 2/3 land planted, with tons of logs and climbing spots across the top.

    The water area is contained in (2)...
  13. Thread: What is it?

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    I agree with Tamlin. Although, hens and chicks,...

    I agree with Tamlin. Although, hens and chicks, do flower and after the plant dies, leaving the chicks to carry on :-)
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    Thanks Suzanne, Good to know about the...

    Thanks Suzanne,

    Good to know about the humidity, in the winter I do keep a mist vaporizor going so that will help when it is most needed. I'll look for the clip you mentioned, although I think the...
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    Very interesting and informative, thanks Merlin....

    Very interesting and informative, thanks Merlin. I suppose there is a wiggle when I pick up the pot although I do try to be careful. Well, I'll just make myself keep my fingers off and maybe try...
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    Thanks Suzanne, I'll stick to just fertilizer...

    Thanks Suzanne,

    I'll stick to just fertilizer whith regular watering, not spritzing. Glad to hear about turning not an issue, I'm always picking the baby up. Sure hope I can get flowers, I'm...
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    Is there any reason why using water with...

    Is there any reason why using water with fertilerzer in a spray bottle daily on the roots of a dend is a bad thing? I usually give a spritz or two daily and a good soak once (probably now twice) a...
  18. Thread: My first orchid

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    You guys are great, thanks so much. I've...

    You guys are great, thanks so much. I've concluded one growth is a new cane and its growing at a pretty good clip too. The other looks like its a new root, the tip is green and growing more curved...
  19. Thread: My first orchid

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    Thanks again Merlin, I love all this good info. ...

    Thanks again Merlin, I love all this good info.

    New roots, thats interesting and I will look closer tonite, but unless new roots are green and are growing up I think it is something else. At...
  20. Thread: My first orchid

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    Thanks for the great info guys, Based on...

    Thanks for the great info guys,

    Based on Khai's points, I'd say the canes are pretty uniform in size from bottom to top, can't compare to say what would be thin but I'd describe these canes as...
  21. Thread: My first orchid

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    Thanks for the tips Merlin, unfortunately KMart...

    Thanks for the tips Merlin, unfortunately KMart must have wanted to clean the plants up before they fully killed them 'cause all there is is the canes, and a few leaves on a couple of them. I'll...
  22. Thread: My first orchid

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    Thanks Khai, Merlin and Lithopsman, Had a long...

    Thanks Khai, Merlin and Lithopsman,

    Had a long weekend, so this is my first day back on line. I guess I was having one of those zone out moments as my hubby calls them, of course a teaspoon is a...
  23. Thread: My first orchid

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    Since this is still at the top, figured I'd keep...

    Since this is still at the top, figured I'd keep the same thread going. As I said before, I've never been much of a fertilizer person, usually ended up overdoing it and burning the plant. I just...
  24. Thread: My first orchid

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    Thanks for your input Khai, My outdoor choices...

    Thanks for your input Khai,

    My outdoor choices are pretty limited, I will study my areas this week and see if there is anyplace accomodating but in a place where I will see it to remember to water...
  25. Thread: My first orchid

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    Thanks Suzanne and Merlin, I am really excited...

    Thanks Suzanne and Merlin,

    I am really excited about this baby, wish it could stay in my kitchen window cause I love to just watch it for signs of new growth and I seem to always be at the kitchen...
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