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WANTED: Wanted Live string algae

Posted by lchasecc none (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 12, 13 at 14:16

I would like some string algae. Willing to trade some hot pepper seeds for it. I have different varieties of habenaro seed and some other types of hot pepper seeds.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted Live string algae

Hi lchasecc,

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RE: WANTED: Wanted Live string algae

I'm not sure that I have the kind you're looking for. Let me know...it will go dormant soon here. :)


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RE: WANTED: Wanted Live string algae

Wow, this is different! Most want to kill string algae, not get some. Just curious, what do you use string algae for?


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RE: WANTED: Wanted Live string algae

Eloise_ca, I used to kill it out but now I'm using it to feed/breed livebearing pond snails. They love it and seem to grow faster. I don't have it (wont let it grow) in all my ponds though. Lol


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RE: WANTED: Wanted Live string algae

Thanks LaceyG, learn something every day, LOL!


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