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  1. Can anyone please point me in the direction of a mulberry tree located on the gold coast. Cheers
  2. Hey everyone if you want as many FREE Mulberry leaves as you want, I found a great tree just up the road from Exotic Fish Connections recently . Basically if you leave Exotic and turn left, go about 100 metres up Sherwood Rd,then turn left into Golf Links Rd drive to the end of the street and follow the rd round to the right into Cambridge street, drive about 100 metres and just on your left by the creek there is an enormous Mulberry tree, with nice big dark green, fresh healthy leaves, we picked the most delicious black Mulberries from it this spring and we have been feeding the leaves to my Daughter's silkworms. Check it out. cambridge st Rocklea, Queensland, Australia - Google Maps
  3. Hello ppl's I know there is somebody here that sell leaves but i just can't seem to find them, does anybody sell them , i would like to buy some as my shrimp are asking for some. please
  4. I still have to convince my shrimp that they "WILL" like mulberry leaves. It has been 5 days since I offered this tasty leaf to my obviously very spoilt shrimp. A couple have wandered over it but just kept going. The only contenders have been a couple of snails, and they don't stay long. Anyone any ideas as to why they would not be interested? The leaves are fresh but have been frozen. I steeped them in boiling water for a couple of minutes before putting them in the tank.
  5. As a very new junior member I have been advised to put mulberry leaves into my peppermint BN tank! I have 6f - 3m breading peppers! I have Indian Almond Leaves in the tanks already! regards, Ianp
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