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  1. RORCOV
    30-06-2012 12:21 PM - permalink
    RORCOV
    "like"
  2. RORCOV
    29-06-2012 04:35 PM - permalink
    RORCOV
    Hi Barry, no, not you at all... it's all the 'newbies' and 'wannabe experts' who can't listen to advice and keep passing crap info to other newbies, or believe they know it all as they own a large number of turtles but have zilch/very little experience as they've only been keeping for 5 minutes I wanted a serious group for serious keepers and it's just become like a kindergarden I don't need a FB group to be able to talk to other educated turtle keepers, so thought sod it, I'll leave em all to it!
  3. Swamp Thing
    06-04-2011 05:12 PM - permalink
    Swamp Thing
    Yes, I had a Wolf and a Yellow Head Morray. Just a tiny part of the collection I used to keep.
  4. tomwilson
    25-01-2011 01:56 AM - permalink
    tomwilson
    lol its ok mate i was wondering if there was a bottle of something in one of the pics but i couldn't see anything on my pictures
  5. tomwilson
    25-01-2011 01:43 AM - permalink
    tomwilson
    acriflavine? sorry not sure where the question came from. lol
  6. AnythingWithAShell
    24-01-2011 01:21 AM - permalink
    AnythingWithAShell
    Well hello Mr. Long time no see
  7. nemomcc
    10-08-2010 05:57 PM - permalink
    nemomcc
    Hey, sorry it took so long to get back to you. My terrapin, bruce, stayed in the hospital for 5 nights receiving anti-biotics and once he began eating on his own they let me bring him home. I had to give him anti-biotics for 5 days but hes eating away now and not wheezing at all and seems alot happier! The vet was really shocked that he made it through because hes so small but I'm so happy Thanks for your concern!
  8. Graham
    28-06-2010 06:16 PM - permalink
    Graham
    Ordinary Norfolk or Common Reed Phragmites australis is the one to use, fast growing and it takes up all sorts of toxins apart from nitrates, I believe it even absorbs heavy metals. I got mine as plug plants on eBay, twenty plugs cost about £25 with postage IIRC, forget the seller now though.
  9. jambee
    17-06-2010 11:43 PM - permalink
    jambee
    Thanks for the add
  10. RORCOV
    08-04-2010 11:42 AM - permalink
    RORCOV
    The things we go through for our turts! lol Good luck with getting the pond sorted.

About Me

  • About GreenSlider
    Biography
    Keeping terrapins and 1 tortoise since 1978
    Location
    Ireland
    Interests
    My Terrapins, Surfing,Golf
    Occupation
    Chef
    Reptile & Exotic Pets
    Lots of terrapins and 2 tortoises
    Sex
    Male
  • Signature
    Many Shells

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  • Last Activity: 13-02-2020 07:07 PM
  • Join Date: 30-11-2009
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