Pint of X-moss to give away.

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04 Nov 2013 19:57 #1 by proca (Peter)
Hi
I have circa 1 pint of X-moss to give away, enough for nice mossy tank or 2-3 shrimp tanks,
can be collected or posted.

Peter


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04 Nov 2013 20:10 #2 by ricko10 (jamie)
Would love to take it if I covered postage?
jamiw

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04 Nov 2013 20:24 #3 by proca (Peter)
done deal :) PM your address and i post it probably on wednesday so you have before weekend.
if i fit it into envelope it should be something like 55p so i dont mind.

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04 Nov 2013 20:41 #4 by davey_c (dave clarke)
Next in line please :)

Below tank is for sale

my plywood tank build.

www.irishfishkeepers.com/index.php/forum...k-build-diary#137768

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04 Nov 2013 21:09 #5 by Homer (Kevin)
Nice one ricko10, pays to be on the Ball :evil:

H.

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It's NOT "Chee lick", NOT "Chee Chee Licks"!!! Cichlids is pronounced as "Sick Lids"!!!!!

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04 Nov 2013 22:19 #6 by proca (Peter)

davey_c wrote: Next in line please :)


I'll have some more x-moss within next few days, lucky you ;) have 3 more species of moss but it will take few months before i'll have some spare.

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05 Nov 2013 19:20 #7 by davey_c (dave clarke)
Cheers for that, pm me details when its ready and I'll sort ye out for postage to kildare etc.
B)

Below tank is for sale

my plywood tank build.

www.irishfishkeepers.com/index.php/forum...k-build-diary#137768

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07 Nov 2013 22:06 #8 by proca (Peter)
Jamie, x-moss posted yesterday evening, tommorow at your door step, enjoy ;)

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07 Nov 2013 22:15 #9 by Homer (Kevin)
Hi, how do you get it to grow so quickly/well ?

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07 Nov 2013 22:47 - 07 Nov 2013 22:49 #10 by proca (Peter)

Homer wrote: Hi, how do you get it to grow so quickly/well ?

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Well, i bought 1 small portion of x-moss around 12 months ago, i place it on few rocks and pieces of wood, trim it every few weeks, moss i had from trimming use to make a tree, the ball of moss is circa 20 cm in diameter now, what i send to jamie took out from the inside of that ball, it didn't get much smaller, the key for moss is regular trimming, no extra ferts or co2 needed, standard light (0,3w/L.), moss at the picture was kept for 2 or 3 months in a 5gal. bucket in shadowed room, it didint grow but still in good con.
i dont know about other mosses but my x-moss looks to be low demanding plant, extra ferts, light and co2 will not speed up growth much (out of my experince). the key is TRIM and TIME ;)
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07 Nov 2013 22:52 #11 by davet (Dave Treacy)
I'm way too late I'm sure but as with ricko10 would love some and will cover postage. Dave

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07 Nov 2013 22:59 #12 by Homer (Kevin)
Thanks for the info Procs.


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07 Nov 2013 23:48 #13 by proca (Peter)

davet wrote: I'm way too late I'm sure but as with ricko10 would love some and will cover postage. Dave


davey_c was first i think but i'll keep you in mind.

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08 Nov 2013 20:48 #14 by ricko10 (jamie)
Arrived today. Really good quality moss. Thank you

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09 Nov 2013 01:30 #15 by proca (Peter)

ricko10 wrote: Arrived today. Really good quality moss. Thank you


You welcome, make a good use out of it :)

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12 Nov 2013 18:22 #16 by proca (Peter)
davey_c and davet PM me your addresses, i have x-moss for you guys.

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12 Nov 2013 20:54 #17 by davey_c (dave clarke)
Done and thank you :)

Below tank is for sale

my plywood tank build.

www.irishfishkeepers.com/index.php/forum...k-build-diary#137768

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13 Nov 2013 22:29 #18 by Lauris (Lauris)
hi mate. If you have any more in future I would like to be a next in line.
cheers

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18 Nov 2013 21:39 #19 by proca (Peter)

Lauris wrote: hi mate. If you have any more in future I would like to be a next in line.
cheers


I'll keep you in mind.
BTW: I love your iwagumi project :cool:

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18 Nov 2013 21:52 #20 by Lauris (Lauris)
Thank you! Much appreciated. Once lil tree from temp.tank will be moved I will need to get something like in place. I'm thinking about planting another tree in little tank so spare xmass moss is exactly what I would be looking for. Thanks for following up on my new project!

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18 Nov 2013 22:02 #21 by Homer (Kevin)
Willow moss would be amazing on a Tree!

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18 Nov 2013 22:35 #22 by proca (Peter)
i also have Phoenix, South America and Willow moss but only small amounts at the moment :whistle:

Phoenix or South America would make a nice "carpet" and Willow to make some nice bushes to cover green tubing :whistle:

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19 Nov 2013 18:46 - 20 Nov 2013 17:29 #23 by proca (Peter)
@ davey_c: posted
@ davet: posted

should be there tommorow (wed.)

plus small bonus: Cardamine lyrata, enjoy planting ;)



sorry, my fault, according to Ron Finlayson i have Hydrocotyle leucocephala not Cardamine lyrata :)
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