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Old 06-30-2012, 08:59 PM   #11 
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Mo, awww.... well good luck on your new import!
MrVampire.... is the fish in your avatar a female?
No thats the father to my white line :) They're plakats.

Cozumel is a great place :)

I'd just purchase Grade C. Flat leaves are no different than naturally dried crumpled ones.
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Mo, why is that?
MrVampire, okay haha i was just wondering, if it was a female HM i would have loved to breed her with the Male in my avatar, haha.
and thanks to both of you! :)
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I've dried flowers before, and it was the same process to what you're talking about with the magazine, just take the leaves (fresh are fine), put them inbetween magazine or book pages, wait a week or so, and they'll be dried out. I don't know why that wouldn't work for you, and how that would be different from them drying out in the sun. Drying is drying, just removing all the moisture from the petals/leaves? Maybe you could PM Old Fish Lady, she's very familiar with drying oak leaves from her own trees, so I'd bet she could tell you if there was a difference. :)
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