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Old 10-19-2004, 05:28 AM
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Just found this pic in my camera. Havent posts any pictures in awhile so i hope you guys like it. Oh, female on the left and male on the right.

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Looks nice, those little guys have already made their way to the top of the tank.
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Old 10-19-2004, 12:14 PM
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pic isn't working. :-(
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If you right click on the picture then choose properties it gives an address of where the file is located. Copy that URL by doing a copy/paste into the web browser. That will take you to the file and allow you to see the image. Or just click below

http://community.webshots.com/s/imag...2ZXefRj_ph.jpg

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It says forbidden, so i don't know
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heh, thanks. usually i try that, but didn't this time for some reason. if you put a question mark at the very end of the url, you'll see the image, and bypass the 403 (forbidden) error ;-)
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giving this a shot...

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What kind of bromeliads are those? I'm setting up a 10gal vert and want some small bromeliads to use in it.
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Use dendroboards gallery to place the picture.
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Webshots doesnt host images. Remote linking is also denied. So copy/paste the link above, dont click.

Nice tank, is that pillow moss?

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I forgot the names of the broms. I did order them from peace of tropics. I just had ken picked out 3 mini broms for me. Yes, that is pillow moss.
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Nice pictures... smaller broms tend to dry out fast though.

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I cant see them at all :?
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Here this link should work http://community.webshots.com/s/image21 ... fRj_ph.jpg? but you need to open a new window (ctrl+n) and then copy and paste the URL into it.
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looks good, I can't wait to get mine in a tank.
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yea i am starting to really hate broms. After a few months, 90% of the time, the brom will start to rot from feces buildup. From now on, i think i will just use film canisters.
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Sounds like the roots are too wet..... generally a problem i fyou plant most of the broms. At this point the only planted broms I have are in orchid bark, the rest are mounted. This usually intails glueing or wiring the base of the brom to a piece of wood and letting the roots grow onto the wood, or drilling a hole into wood and sticking the stem in of stoloniferus species like Neo. compacta and fireball among others. This works with most of the bromeliads used (only a few terrestrial species would complain with this treatment, but they tend to be the species too big for most tanks)


Ignroe watering the roots, just poor water in the plant. If there is enough light, and the roots aren't in the ground getting soaked, they normally thrive.
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