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|10-12-2012 01:24 AM|
I have an artificial foam rock ledge that sticks to the glass of a frog enclosure with magnets. Looks very real. Free to anyone who wants it! I hope you will listen in to this show, it looks to be our biggest drawing show to date.
Here is a photo of one of the vivariums by John Clare, our guest speaker:
|10-02-2012 10:29 PM|
I got the date right this time...
Aqua Botanic Radio- Vivarium set up for plants and frogs
Sat, October 13, 2012 10:00AM PST
Our special guest is John Clare live from England who will discuss with us the set up of a vivarium enclosure for plants and frogs. John is a recognized expert of frogs and other amphibians, has written for Reptiles Magazine, and has a web site forum called frogforum.net. Call in live to ask John questions. Photos courtesey of www.frogforum.net
|10-02-2012 10:26 PM|
|Robert H||I have no idea, but if your phone has internet and you go to the show link, maybe you can listen to it that way|
|09-30-2012 04:28 PM|
|Centromochlus||Do you know if there's a way that you can listen to the show on your phone? Would like to hook it up to my stereo via my iphone while i'm on the road so i can listen!|
|09-30-2012 03:47 PM|
|Robert H||I said October when I meant September! The show is today!|
|09-29-2012 03:52 PM|
|Robert H||Tom have you ever done a Wabi Kusa?|
|09-23-2012 04:52 AM|
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|09-22-2012 10:49 PM|
October 30th, 10 am PST, Wabi Kusa with Frank Wazeter and Kiran Ravin.
Kiran will be giving away Wabi Kusa kits to callers!
|08-04-2012 07:06 PM|
|Robert H||August 12th, 10 am PST, Karen Randall joins us to discuss nano aquascaping and the upcoming AGA convention|
|07-30-2012 08:56 PM|
|Robert H||I thought it was also interesting that he mentioned these clear rivers with dense diversity of plants were fed by underground springs, which is just what Tom Barr said. Tom said underground springs are rich in C02.|
|07-30-2012 05:39 AM|
|Crispino L Ramos||It was interesting to hear his observation about southern India. The entire densely populated southern part of the country didn't have a major impact on aquatic plant diversity because there were not a lot of waste dumped into the rivers. There were no factories or large industries dumping toxic waste into the rivers. I can see from the pictures in this link that the water in the rivers are clear, interesting plants like Fissidens, Eriocaulon and Microsorum grow well. https://plus.google.com/photos/10983...12161418649985|
|07-30-2012 03:54 AM|
well we had surprises of the BAD kind...
We had some technical problems in the beginning, which I exasperated, blogtalkradios phone lines went down for the first ten or 15 minutes of the show, but once we got Claus on the line it was fine from then on. The show is up in the archives for anyone who wants to listen to it, with the first ten minutes edited out.
|07-29-2012 05:12 PM|
|JoraaÑ||Very helpful talk show!|
|07-28-2012 12:17 AM|
|Robert H||I think there will be a few surprises on this show!|
|07-14-2012 09:46 PM|
July 29th, Sunday, 10 am PST, Claus Christensen, former CEO of Tropica Plants of Denmark will be on the Aqua Botanic Radio Show LIVE to answer questions and talk about aquatic plant biotopes based on his world travels to remote aquarium plant habitats, and the new trend of selling tissue culture plants. This is a rare opportunity. Never been to the AGA convention to hear him speak? This is your chance to talk to him directly!
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