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sycamore leaves?

Discussion in 'Nutrition & Water' started by alliswell777, Oct 8, 2011.

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  1. alliswell777

    alliswell777 (Small Crab)

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    well, its been AGES since ive been on the site, and by the way, vickums, IT LOOKS GREAT!! ive added 2 micros to my tank in august. my heart went out to these 2 little guys at the earthbound place in the mall. one guy was debillitated with only one leg on one side (reminded me of what carrie looked like the last time i saw her-8 or 9 months ago :( but the other was pretty active. i named them sourbone & monkyrench. sourbone did emerge after a month long molt, but i have yet to see monkyrench...perhaps he did not pull thru. i have plenty of acorns where we live & i wanna take advantage of that for the crabs, and i have sycamore leaves that i gathered the other day. i thought they were maple, but after researching online, i saw that they were sycamore. i just wanna make sure they are safe for the guys & gals. by the way, my crabs are growing & doing really well! we have rearranged the tank a few times, & they always seem to enjoy a little destruction the first night after some furniture change! i hope everyone has been doing well, & hello to the countless new members! "hola!"
     
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    Mckenny "PM Jason For Custom Title"

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    Sycamore wood is fine for the Hermies, so I'm assuming that the leaves are as well. :flower:
     
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