Discussion in 'General Reef Topics' started by lunatik_69, Sep 28, 2008.
Isnt this the same thing thats on peteducation.com ?
Yes it is. ? Luna
just curious cause you didnt credit it to them and I knew I had read the exact same thing before. Its great info though.
Great info Luna. Thanks a mil!
I didnt say that I wrote it, my only intention is to inform people and to have it saved in the 3reef database.
For all those who have a "detective/your breaking the rules/I follow a straight line" complex, I copied and pasted this article from Using Red Mangrove (Rhizophora sp.) in an Aquarium. Luna
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I guess since you didnt start with, hey look what I was up all night typing, you should be safe. Love those loop holes..
Thanks though. I am actually looking at the 3reef sponser to order some for my sump.
I wasnt being arrogant, just watching out for 3reef.com and yourself. Plagiarsm is a big deal which is why I credit my sources.
I just got back from a visit with Luna - He was writing again...
I was talking to my friend, who works for NOAA in the fisheries department and he is a Marine Biologist, about Mangroves and he said they are fine as long as they don't take root in dirt or sand. If it does then it is against the law to have them.
Thats very interesting, never heard of that. I know its against the law to cut a Mangrove tree down, but never it taking root in your refugium. Good to know. I work walking distance from NOAA and UM Marine School in Rickenbacker Cswy. Is that where your friend works at? Luna
Nevermind I misunderstood him. He said you can't take any that have sprouted roots and taken hold in the sand. You can plant them though.
thanks Luna for your info great as always +1
Haha its totally in a quote. No plagarism
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