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Old 01-16-2013, 09:42 AM
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High PH in a limestoner, relatively low PH in a freestone. Limestoners are typically found in valley's, have a much lower gradient, the temperature will stay fairly constant throughout the year, and the local geology will consist of limestone and or a volcanic make-up. Then there are the combos that throw all that out the window aside from the geology. Like Yellow Breeches, sections look like freestone waters while others resemble limestone. Freestones will support a wide variety life while limestones will have an abundance of a few different species.
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