$14.50 for a rock? link Could just walk outside and pick up a rock. My next offering on eBay is going to be a ziplock bag full of genuine oak leaves. They would look wild in your front yard. What's the starting bid?
It's a rock with a coating of lichen. He likely picked it up in his yard.Cannonball said:Do any of you, who are making fun of this guy for selling what is in effect plants growing on rocks, grow your orchids in S/H?
I think you should buy one and experiment with raising it in a terrarium.gonewild said:But I don't think his description is accurate. It is not moss covered. It is lichen covered and I doubt the lichen would live in a terrarium?
I tried when I was a kid and the lichens always died. They seemed to need sunlight and also were very finicky about water. I don't think they like the humidity either. So I think you should buy one and see if you can make it grow. :wink:Cannonball said:I think you should buy one and experiment with raising it in a terrarium.
It is a very very nice rare piece. And free shipping saves you 10 bucks! You can follow the link to her other listings and see a lot more pieces of bone if your interested, each one is different. It seems each dinosaur from the area around Moab petrified with it's own unique colors.johnndc said:Gonewild, that dino bone is totally cool. I don't really plan on dropping 8k on it (free shipping is a cute touch, however), but that is way cool.