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  1. Ok, got through the appraisal and inspection, but still have all of Elvis' stuff. No big rush now, but still need to get rid of it. I will upload pictures as soon as I can remember how.
  2. Hi Everyone ~~~~ Long time no see. LOL Those of you who know me and went through everything with Mr. Fishy and I know how much stuff and tanks and tests kits and rocks and on and on and on. For those who don't know, I live near Redlands California and I have a 38? gal glass show with cherry stand and a 20 gallon acrylic sick tank and a 1 gal. corner dosing tank. I also have a 10 gallon tub with lid loaded with aquarium goodies, test kits, OTB filters with some cartridges. etc. Need to get it ALL gone before Thursday, Dec. 18th. Must take ALL. Preferential treatment for long tem friends in the Southern California area or other friends who is willing to pay shipping charges for some of the smaller stuff. Send me a message or contact me via this thread if interested. The equipment has been sitting out on the patio since Mr. Fishy passed so it's really dirty and needs a cleaning.
  3. I'm not going to donate this stuff, so if you are interested in any of it, make me an offer and we'll chat. Dry-Tab Master Test Kit - kinda old (july 97), but seems to work fine still. Husband had been using it for the spa, but now has his own test kit. It has the color coded cards, 3 beakers with caps, and some tabs. Along with that test kit is a newer one, bought last year I think. It's the Fresh Lab Deluxe Kit by Red Sea. It's drops. Four beakers with caps, 8 tests and 2 supplements for tropical fish and plants. Everything seems to be there. The Nitrate #2 bottle seems to have leaked and it either nearly empty or empty. These can be ordered on the Red Sea website I believe. The final test kit is a drop test kit. Simple kit. Tests for nitrates, ammonia, high and low ph.. I would say they are at least half full, many fuller. Comes with cards and 4 beakers with caps. I have a 5 bag of md/large gravel. It's been opened, but I didn't use much. I used 2 different Live plant bowls for Elvis. The gravel was used as a root base with med and large gravel rock over the small gravel to keep elvis from accidently swallowing the gravel. 2 tanks, 1 fish. Yep, the 12 gal was the "grow tank". One bowl would be in Elvis' tank for him to munch or play in and the other would be in the 12 gal allowing the plants to recouperate. The 2 casserole size glass bowls will be donated. Not as goldfish live plant planters, but as kitchen/microwave glassware. I will post a link to that when it and his other glassware goes up. I'll have pictures then too. If anyone wants pics of the tester sets or anything else I have listed so far, let me know and I'll get some taken. (Hubby says new camera for b-day... 2 weeks and counting) As far as price goes, make me an offer. If you want to pay by credit card, that can be arranged. I also still have the 25 foot python (don't know if it's complete, but I think so. I also have 2 additional gravel cleaners. One small one med. The 10 gallon undergravel filter. One side was used. It really helped keep the floor of his tank alot cleaner. I had a glass vase that I laid on it's side on top of it to hold it in place. He loved swimming in his "cave" and everytime I changed the water, I would pick up his cave, (usually him in it. No stress capture) set it to the side and vacuum through the slots first then under it. Doing slots first pulles up most without it polluting the rest of the water. The live plant bowl was on the opposite side of the tank. I mainly fed him on the filter side. Much cleaner that way especially with gel food. I have some dry food, high vitamin and protein meal. It's been in the freezer since I bought it, end of last year sometime. It's a great additive for gel food. It's all natural with shrimp and krill and algae and so on and so forth. I also have some dried shrimp. The meds are still available as well, just make an offer. Thanks
  4. Hi Everyone. The amount of items donated for this cause is tremendous. I have Christmas stuff, collectables, kitchen stuff, exercise stuff, stuff for the home, pet stuff... My house has a lot of stuff in it. Here's a run down so far on Elvis' items that have been listed. Both packages of Live plant bulbs. One for 3.99 and one for 9.99. His driftwood, fairly large pieces, both at 9.99 each. His big coral rock, 8x8 with a 3x2 centered hole through the center, also for 9.99. His plastic plants, some are old enough to begin shedding. Best for small tropicals. Bigger fish could swallow broken leaves of small leaf plants. The tube of Dap Aquarium sealant, three 1 lb cartons Aquarium salt ( I think for 2.99) and the plant airline tubing are now listed under the store catagory Rescue Fund. The catagory 4 Our Furrry Friends is also a Rescue relief effort that I have been doing for a while. I use the money I earn here to help several fosters who trap abandoned or feral cats and spay or neuter them, or one of several Rescue Groups that have an emergency medical need. Many of these the TNR's ( Trap, Neuter and Release) animals were once indoor cats that were left behind when people moved. There are about 8 of us that have feral colonies or neighbors that just won't get their cats fixed because they "love kittens" (<-- my situation), and Rescue groups that have animals who are desperately needing surgery. This catagory is generally books. Mainly Sci Fi, Murder/mystery, and Fantasy. All proceeds go to the emergency surgery first, then the trap and release program our neighborhood group has. TO ALL KOKOs members: Because I would rather Elvis's things to go to people here at KoKo's, if there is anything anyone is interested in, but the listing price is too high, click on contact seller (me) or even contact me via Kokos, (if through eBay, mention you are a Koko's member), and let me know you would be interested in the item if the price was $ (your price) and I will lower the bid to that price so you can get it. I will also offer 1/2 price shipping on any order between $25 to $49.99 in these two catagories for ANYTHING (single or combined), and free shipping on any order $50 or more. If you are interested in other things not in these catagories, let me know. You guys get special treatment in my entire store. I will continue to update this when new aquarium stuff is listed. The link is above.
  5. Thanks Ami, I liked the idea. I am running behind on getting the auctions listed, but I should have the aquarium stuff listed tomorrow. (5/31). I do sell world wide, so anyone here who wants to can get in on it.
  6. I know there were some interest in what I had and what I wanted for it. Well alot of the new stuff was asked about and I have down something I hope won't get these people upset, but I donated alot of aquarium stuff that is helping a rescue group take care of their remaining animals. It's a fundraising effort by the foster families of this rescue to help come up with the money to take care of the 30+ animals they still have to get adopted out. Other aquarium stuff have been donated, many animal related items as well, so I added the stuff I had into the kitty. Check it out because there is mystical dragons, angels, christmas, crafts and many different things people have donated to this auction. This way the people who are interested in the items I have can get them and the money goes to a worthy cause. Who knows, what you may see you may have been looking for. All of the following items have been donated and will be found later today at this website: http://stores.ebay.com/fazmataztical-dragon/Rescue-Funds-/_i.html?_fsub=2620880016&_sid=954994886&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322. Live Aquarium Plant Bulbs NIB, Hybrid Aponogeton x8 Sea-Life, Inc, Live Aquarium Plant Bulbs NIB, Assorted - Waterlily, Onion, Barclaya, Aponogeton 20+ bulbs, Complete Aquatic Systems, Plant-Air Airline Tubing fresh and marine by aquatic gardens, 25 ft. python gravel cleaner. Taken apart, unknown if all the parts are there., 3 1 lb boxes aquarium salt, API Never opened. Unopened clear aquarium sealant Shrimp net. Also use as a soft net for smaller fish. Less damage to scales. I have other things I can not donate, but I still have them available: Please see list below. Contact me here or via kok's message system about the items below. PP ? Pond Permoxyn, approx ? bottle about 480 treatable gallons left. Great for cleaning out diseased tanks. Excess Tubing and 6 inch air stone: tubing dividers and adjuster. 10 gallon undergravel filter needs charcoal. Bag of Plastic Plants 8+ different sizes and types. Quick Cure: NIB Ick relief and other parasites AP product. Aquarium scrubber, long handles for show tanks. Prazi-Q- Unopened. For treatment of praziquantel susceptible disease. MelaFix ? opened, almost full, antibacterial fish remedy. Tea leaf extract.
  7. Hi Everyone I have to get rid of all of Elvis' stuff asap. My MIL sold her mobile home and J's Aunt passed so we are getting all new furniture. No room for tank and I have decided no more fish for me. It's too hard for me to maintain. So there is that new 32 gallon cherry finish tank with matching stand that has glass shelves and a middle cabinet with door. Come with a 60 OTB filter, air, just everything too much to list. All live plants have died but I have tons of bulbs. The 12 gallon is an acrylic bowfront with eco cycling. Great for NON goldfish or it also has a 30 OTB filter, air ect. so it can be used for goldies, plus the 1 gallon corner sick tank that would be great for betas. I have a 10 gallon plastic bin with lid loaded with stuff. Nets, 2 gravel cleaners, that 25 ft long hose that attaches to a faucet for draining and refilling (can't think of what it is called) plant bulbs,new tubing, alot of new stuff that I never opened like decorative air tubing and older decorations, an almost full container of liquid PP, 4 or 5 boxes of aquarium salt, and tons more stuff. I think I even have gravel and large river rock. The tank just got fresh 8 inch air tubes just before Elvis passed. Anyhow, I live in So Cal off the I10 freeway. The 32 gal needs to be picked up, but I can ship everything else. If you are interested in any of it, contact me right away as I will also be listing this on craigslist. I just wanted to give everyone here first dibs. Elvis did not pass in the tank and he has been dibbed and double dipped over the years so I can guarentee there is no parasites or diseases in any of the tanks. You can reach me via here off my messaging. Let me know what you are interested in. I'd like to sell the whole kit and kaboodle all at once. I'd like $350 for it all, but I will accept any reasonable offer. Thanks and I sure miss all of you. Roni
  8. Just a quick note to let you all know Elvis is doing Much better. He is back to grazing again, no longer sitting on the bottom or doing headstands. He's even playing in his bubbles again. I started feeding him x2 a day every day after your last suggestion Sue. He is now looking better and gaining his weight back. I know that by feeding him more, I will have to change the water more often too and that is a little difficult, but he's worth it. I am concerned about the water. The water co. lets us know about problems way to late to make ajustments in time, so I will have to be careful there too. Changing it more often will put him in possible problematic situations. Also, since his red blotches are not calming down, I will no longer be able to use those as indicators of nitrAtes. I'll have to watch that more closely now too. Thanks for all your help. I am glad he is still around. BTW, I have 3 more foster kittens if anyone is interested. All female and one is a bobtail too. On an update there, the cats are also doing better now. (Knock on wood) The old siamese is starting to show signs of improvement and weight gain as well and the one who was getting bald patches now has fur coming back in. The tortie is no longer looking like she's going to blow up. Her bloating has been reducing, so it seems that all of them are on the road to recovery from that disaster. Hugs to all!!!!!!
  9. Euthanizing is my last resort. I wasn't sure if there was a chance he could pull through or not seeing how old he is and his other health issues, but you all have given me hope. I still wasn't able to do his water today again. I spent a big part of the day trying to trap a 9 week old kitten that's been in our backyard with her momma for about a week. Since the baby is a calico, that means female and we have enough unfixed feral females around here now. She's quite cute. First time I have ever seen a calico bobtail. Momma is friendly (another abandoned cat) but baby is like superman... very fast. Finally gave up. Elvis was actually grazing off the glass this morning when I got up. He is still acting sluggish, but not as bad as he was. I am beginning to think that the extra feedings are doing him some good. Just wish I knew how much to feed him, how much is too much. Maybe all this time I wasn't feeding him enough and that contributed to his weight loss. Any thoughts? Water change tomorrow for sure. I'll let you know how he acts once the ph has leveled out and he goes back into his tank.
  10. I know, and it's not just the fish, it's all of our wee friends. I don't know what to do either. RO only helps remove larger particles, not the small ones. Sometimes I think all we can do is move... but where? This seems to be a problem everywhere. I think we need a political heavyweight on our side, but who and how do we convince them this is what is going on?
  11. My water company has local wells that it subsidizes with the same water that goes to LA and Amy, Lynda and probably Koko as well. So Cal's main water source is from the colorado river aquafers. These are cement aquafers that channel the water from the las vegas area and the d..a..m.. ( otherwise it comes out ###) built there. It's an open aquafer that comes here. I know, we go sand duning right next to it during the winter months. It's Cali's main source of water. As far as how he is acting, it didn't seem to matter as far as the last water change goes. He swims head down in a single place more so in the afternoon and evening and after he is fed. In the mornings, he doesn't move from the bottom like he used to unless I turn on the light, then he knows I am going to feed him so he gets up and goes straight to the surface for food. The last couple of days I have fed him twice a day, about the equivalent of 4 jumpstart pellets each time. Is that enough? Should I feed him more than that? It seems so little and he has lost alot of weight. Today he did act a little more like hisself. He actually was grazing the algae off the glass, something he has done rarely lately. He still swims slowly most of the time but at least today it was more from end to end of the tank and he didn't seem to stand on his head as much. Could it be that he is gaining strenghth from the additional food? Instead of 6 he is getting more around 8 and still acts constantly hungry... but I know GF always act like they are starved so it's hard to tell. Is the Hei Feng food a good food to add in to his gel food? I keep it in the freezer. He usually acts more energetic after a water change, dancing around and acting like he's part dolphin. I was going to do 100% change today, but time and energy got away from me. The last 100% water change he didn't act any different than he was two days ago. His last partial wasn't that long ago, but it's been a while since a 100% was done. (That was done right after getting the notice from the water company.) I can let you know tomorrow how he does and if he acts more energetic. I wrote my methods of water change in the water change thread. I only do a water change when the tests show it's needed. I usually use his red spots to gauge. He has such a low tolerance for nitrates that his blotches often tell me to change the water before the test kit. Here's what I wrote in the water change thread. Maybe it will help. Maybe I am doing it all wrong... please let me know if I am. "I live in a high nitrate hard water area. My best results come from keeping a bare bottom with a couple of bowls with gravel packed with lots of live plants. One end has an uncovered undergravel filter which helps pull all the debris under it. Because only an empty glass bowl sits on it, it is easily vacuumed out with a gravel cleaner. I also do not clean the algae out of any part of my tank except the front glass so I can see my Elvis. On top of that, when I change my water 100%, I use carbon filters and allow the water to filter all day before Elvis goes back into the tank. This allows the PH to level out and stay constant. My nitrates rarely go very high, and I don't change my water weekly. I do partial changes during the month when my tests show a rise in nitrates, but otherwise I change my water when needed as shown by my frequent tests. My filter media is the same ones I have used for the past year (only the carbon filters are tossed every water change and are only used during the water change and the settling period), but the media is rinsed in the old water by swishing them back and forth to remove the heaviest of the debris before returning to the filters. I do use both Amquel+ and Novaqua+ during every water change and after the charcoal filters are removed, I add in additional water that has sat for 24 hours with additional Amquel and novaqua.I believe I can get away with this working so well because I have a stunted 6 inch 14 Y/O feeder in a 38 gallon tank all by himself, with a very large hanging filter that processes the water x2 higher than the lowest recommendations, as well as the uncovered undergravel filter, lots of live plants, and a long line bubbler. I do not use RO water or anything else except what is noted above. When I came here I knew nothing. I thought I did because I had raise freshwater fish for years and worked in a fish store for a few years. Little did I know that all the info I thought I knew was completely wrong when it came to GF. Koko and Imo and all the other wonderful people here helped save Elvis (as well as helped him get his name. It used to be Fishy) and have taught me more than I ever thought I would need to know about a silly little feeder fish. I might not follow the guidelines exactly where it comes to water changes, but I do test and make the necessary changes when the test results show that they are needed. Like I said above a 6 inch feeder in a 38 gallon by hisself allows me to be more flexable than people who have more fish than tank room. All this boils down to one single suggestion. Test, test and then test some more. Get a good testing kit, not the little one, but the big one that can test for metals as well as other contaminates that can build up in your tank. Test your tap water BEFORE changing your water to make sure that it is a safe time to change. Rain can change tap water's PH, Nitrites and nitrate levels, so especially test if you are changing your water after a rain storm. I have recently opened a thread on this very subject here and would love any imput that may help determine the cause and or cure to the killer water we are dealing with." The only thing I didn't add and I should have is that heat, especially the hot 105 - 110 degree heat we get around here during the summer also changes the water's chemistry. Well, I guess I typed enough. I'll be back tomorrow to check on your suggestions. ::hugs:: Imo. I am glad to be back among friends. I have missed you all very much!!!!!! I just hate the reason I am back.
  12. I wrote this in response to some posts on "Elvis was living in radioactive water" but I believe it fits here as well and probably better. "Our water company sends us notices of test results every quarter. Not often enough as you can see. My vet can't prove this is related to the water, or I would do that. The water I drink comes through a very expensive water filter installed in my fridge which does pull 98% of all contaminents from the water. ( AT least it's supposed to.) But it comes out in such a small spout and so very cold that I don't use it for my pets. I have lost a couple of pets to tumors over the past several years, and currently am taking care of a 3 1/2 y/o siamese with terminal intestinal cancer. The 14 y/o siamese is old. His potassium level has dropped to almost nothing and is now on suppliments. Never had any health issues before Jan of this year. My 6 y/o siamese has developed bald patches and my tortie looks like she's pregnant with quintuplets, yet she is fixed. Now this with Elvis.... I would love to find out just what we can do about this. Writing to the congress and senate and govenor won't do any good, I've tried, but I am not sure who could do something about this. Kokos water is different from mine in some ways, so is Amy's and Lynda's. Yet all across CA (and many other States and countries) health issues are on the rise, not just for our wee friends but for us as well. Four years ago I was a very healthy, energetic holistic chef in training. Suddenly all that changed over night and it has baffled my docters endlessly. They say I am the healthiest sick person they know. Test reports come back neg or good, yet my auto-immune system is so out of wack that a small bite of pumpkin pie will put me into the hospital due to the severe reactions I have developed to histamines in foods. I have long believed the water quality in my area is responsible, but can't find any proof. Is there a lawyer in the house?" Where is Erin Brockovich when we need her.
  13. Our water company sends us notices of test results every quarter. Not often enough as you can see. My vet can't prove this is related to the water, or I would do that. The water I drink comes through a very expensive water filter installed in my fridge which does pull 98% of all contaminents from the water. ( AT least it's supposed to.) But it comes out in such a small spout and so very cold that I don't use it for my pets. I have lost a couple of pets to tumors over the past several years, and currently am taking care of a 3 1/2 y/o siamese with terminal intestinal cancer. The 14 y/o siamese is old. His potassium level has dropped to almost nothing and is now on suppliments. Never had any health issues before Jan of this year. My 6 y/o siamese has developed bald patches and my tortie looks like she's pregnant with quintuplets, yet she is fixed. Now this with Elvis.... I would love to find out just what we can do about this. Writing to the congress and senate and govenor won't do any good, I've tried, but I am not sure who could do something about this. Kokos water is different from mine in some ways, so is Amy's and Lynda's. Yet all across CA (and many other States and countries) health issues are on the rise, not just for our wee friends but for us as well. Four years ago I was a very healthy, energetic holistic chef in training. Suddenly all that changed over night and it has baffled my docters endlessly. They say I am the healthiest sick person they know. Test reports come back neg or good, yet my auto-immune system is so out of wack that a small bite of pumpkin pie with put me into the hospital due to the severe reactions I have developed to histamines in foods. I have long believed the water quality in my area is responsible, but can't find any proof. Is there a lawyer in the house? This probably should go into the water issue thread I have going, but it seems to fit here as well. Sorry I am off track. I still need your advice Imo.
  14. Thanks Amy. I might take you up on that if Imo thinks it's better than what I am using. I feel so bad for you. Is Lynda's fish doing okay do you know?
  15. I just pulled this from the internet: What impurities will reverse osmosis remove? Reverse osmosis (RO) has become a common method for the treatment of household drinking water supplies. Effectiveness of RO units depends on initial levels of contamination and water pressure. RO treatment may be used to reduce the levels of: Naturally occurring substances that cause water supplies to be unhealthy or unappealing (foul tastes, smells or colors). Substances that have contaminated the water supply resulting in possible adverse health effects or decreased desirability. RO systems are typically used to reduce the levels of total dissolved solids and suspended matter. The principal uses of reverse osmosis in Minnesota and the Dakotas are for the reduction of high levels of nitrate, sulfate, sodium and total dissolved solids. RO units with carbon filters may also reduce the level of some SOCs (soluble organic compounds) like pesticides, dioxins and VOCs (volatile organic compounds like chloroform and petrochemicals). An RO unit alone may not be the best solution for these types of contaminants, but installing a properly design-ed RO unit to reduce the levels of other contaminants may provide a reduction in SOCs and VOCs. How to test your water Before installing any water treatment system be sure to have the water tested. The test will identify the bacteria and level of minerals that are present. Interpretation of the test results will help determine whether treatment is needed and what type of system or systems to consider. The intended use of the water (drinking only, drinking and cooking, laundry, or all household uses) will also help determine the extent of treatment needed and the type of system to select. Note: RO systems are normally used to treat only drinking and cooking water supplies so may not be preferred where larger supplies are being treated. RO systems are not appropriate for treating water supplies that are contaminated by coliform bacteria. The water test analysis and interpretation will provide information about both naturally-occurring substances and those resulting from human activity. Treatment of contaminated water supplies should be considered only as a temporary solution. The best solution is to remove the source(s) of contamination and/or obtain a new water supply. How reverse osmosis works Reverse osmosis is sometimes referred to as ultrafiltration because it involves the movement of water through a membrane as shown in Figure 1. The membrane has microscopic openings that allow water molecules, but not larger compounds, to pass through. Some RO membranes also have an electrical charge that helps in rejecting some chemicals at the membrane surface. Proper maintenance is essential to retain effectiveness over time. Some units are equipped with automatic membrane flushing systems to clean the membrane. Figure 1. Dynamic Cross-Section of a Reverse Osmosis Unit How is effectiveness measured? The effectiveness of RO units is characterized by the rejection rate or rejection percentage. The rejection rate is the percent of a contaminant that does not move through, or is rejected by, the membrane. Some typical rejection rates for common contaminants are shown in Table 1. These rejection rates are for single contaminants under design conditions. Table 1. Typical Rejection Rates for Common Contaminants------------------------------------------- Rejection Rate Range* Laboratory Contaminant Tests Field Tests-------------------------------------------Nitrates 83 - 92 % ** - 92% Total Dissolved 95 - 99 % 60% - 99% SolidsSulfates 90 - 98 % 60% - 98%Sodium 87 - 93 % 60% - 93%-------------------------------------------*These values are for properly maintained units. Poorly maintained units will not be as effective at removing contaminants and, in the worst case, may not be removing any contaminants.Where water contains more than one contaminant, the rejection rate for each contaminant may be reduced or one of the contaminants may be reduced in preference to the other contaminant. For example, cases have been reported where water supplies containing either high TDS levels or high sulfates in combination with nitrates show no decrease in nitrates after treatment. (Nitrates as used in this publication refers to nitrate-nitrogen or NO3-N.) Rejection rates need to be high enough to reduce the contaminant level in the untreated water to a safe level. To determine the needed rejection rate, it is necessary to consider the initial concentration. For example, if a water supply contains nitrates at a concentration of 20 milligrams per liter (mg/l), an RO unit rejecting at a rate of 85 percent, which means 15 percent remaining, would reduce the level to 3 mg/l (20 times 0.15 = 3). Water with very high levels of nitrates (such as 100 mg/l) would remain near or above health standard levels even after treatment. Nitrate levels this high are not expected in this region and indicate unusual problems that require special investigation and handling. The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) recommends that special designs be used for RO units where the NO3-N level exceeds 40 mg/l. " Here in So Cal, our water is very hard water filled with not only large particles which RO can pull out, but also very small ones which RO does not. I believe RO can help with normal water situations, but it is my opinion (I'm not a scientist, just a simple housewife) that our water is SO polluted that even an RO system can only do so much and still leave dangerous levels of nitrates and other compounds in the water while reducing the good components that is vital to our fish's needs and health. Maybe I am way off here, I don't know... What I do know is even the expensive water filters that I use in my home still leaves too much in the water. I do not use an RO system, but I have found that my best results come from using water that is before a rain or several days after a rain, AND letting it sit and process through the tank filtration system all day without Elvis, then removing the charcoal filters leaving only the filter medium for the duration between water changes. I also add in Amquel+ and NovAqua+ during the water change and before the charcoal has been removed. Once the charcoal is removed, I add in an additional 2 gallons of water that has been sitting for 24 hours and has additional Amquel and Novaqua added. I have many live plants in his tank and allow the algae to build up all over the tank and do not remove it except for the front of the tank. I read somewhere that algae is a natural way to reduce pollutants. I don't know how true that is, but all this has seemed to keep Elvis from getting the ulcers that has plagued our area. Only after the charcoal is removed is Elvis allowed back into his tank. I go through alot of charcoal filters this way and it may be all for naught. If it wasn't for the letter from the water dept. informing us about the radioactive contaminates in our water, I would have gone on believing that Elvis' problems was because he is so stunted and old. Still could be for all I know.
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