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    Good labels are difficult. I am still finding...

    Good labels are difficult. I am still finding crypts under the jungle in my mist house. The labels are mostly gone. I will have to grow them on and see if anyone can remember what they were grown...
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    Have the white/pink lines come back to the...

    Have the white/pink lines come back to the rosenervig leaves? When I first got that plant many years ago it had nice white lines in the leaves. Now they dont.
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    awesome shots

    awesome shots
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    Is anyone breeding them in captivity yet? Are...

    Is anyone breeding them in captivity yet? Are they on the EPBC Act allowable import list? They are a very beautiful fish.
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    If the mineralising process was completed...

    If the mineralising process was completed correctly, the small amount of ammonia generated from the blood and bone should have been gone.
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    they were submerged in the creek and flowering as...

    they were submerged in the creek and flowering as the water recedes. I guess if you provide the correct conditions they will grow submerged. The water in some of these places is like distilled...
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    I don't think it is the right uric either. It...

    I don't think it is the right uric either. It has a blue flower. I just looked thru the WA herbarium pics for utrics. There are none like that.

    Cheers
    Dave
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    It has only just dried. In a month or two they...

    It has only just dried. In a month or two they will all set seed and die.
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    same creek again

    There were catfish, black banded rainbow fish, western rainbow fish, purple spotted gudgeons that were very colourful, glass fish and mertens water monitors. There were two water monitors on the...
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    The creek with the waterfall

    There was another small creek, we walked about 2 km upstream and found some nice country. There was also a Utricularia that may be the U.bifida that someone was asking about in a planted aquarium...
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    Hygrophila angustifolia - Willow Hygro on the Daly floodplain

    We drove over the new bridge then went up a small track near a billabong. There was a now dry piece of wetland that was just about a pure stand of willow hygro, it is native. A green form, not the...
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    Mitrasacme secedens

    Mitrasacme secedens was described by Clyde Dunlop about 15 years ago. Clyde was the boss of the NT Herbarium and secured the funding to have the book Floof Plain Flora written by Ian Cowie and Phil...
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    Utricularia fulva habitat

    Utricularia fulva
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    Creeks on the way to Daly River

    There is a long weekend in the NT for May Day this weekend. We went for a Sunday drive to Daly River to look in a couple of billabongs for some delicate blue-eyes. We got to Bloodwood Billabong...
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    Rufus, I have Crypt noritoi here, I could have...

    Rufus, I have Crypt noritoi here, I could have put one in your package if I had known you wanted one. Cheers
    Dave
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    Do it now, then in a few months when you move and...

    Do it now, then in a few months when you move and you have to start again you will be more experienced. What if you don't move, you will have waited for nothing.

    Cheers
    Dave
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    Nice puppies, a couple of my mates have that...

    Nice puppies, a couple of my mates have that breed, lovely natured friendly dogs.

    Cheers
    Dave
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    Hi Di, I saw someone selling my Chameleon...

    Hi Di,
    I saw someone selling my Chameleon Shrimps on Gumtree for $55 a pair using my photos so I put an add next to his to sell the same shrimps for $3 each. How much do you want for your regs, I...
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    Very nice, thanks for sharing the pcs. Cheers...

    Very nice, thanks for sharing the pcs.

    Cheers
    Dave
  20. Lovely photos, thanks for showing them. I...

    Lovely photos, thanks for showing them. I suspect that may be the very thin Vallisneria nana, Val tripper is a branching val. I have some photos of the one from near there, King Edward River, they...
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    It was the small bridge just near the car park where I saw my first ever piece of Vallisneria triptera, a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing the pics.
  22. I think that is a whip snake, not so deadly, just...

    I think that is a whip snake, not so deadly, just stings a lot when you get bitten.
  23. Nice pics, thanks for sharing. The snail is most...

    Nice pics, thanks for sharing. The snail is most likely Notopala essingtonensis, common in the Kimberley, there are only 4 species of Notopala and only two in the North of Oz. The other one in the...
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    Eriocaulon setaceum Rotala mexicana Najas...

    Eriocaulon setaceum
    Rotala mexicana
    Najas tenuifolia
    Limnophila fragrans
    Triglochin sp?
    Blyxa aubertii
    Microcarpaea minima
    Sedge sp?
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    When I find it again I'll take some photos of how...

    When I find it again I'll take some photos of how it grows in the real world but I don't think it will be a carpeting plant, it is only small but grows up a bit like a vey fine rotala but with...
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