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Re: FW jelly
Jeff Ludwig wrote:
> Hehe.. I'm sure most people think you and I are crazy, but I have seen
> these also (and won several bets). My friend has a pond on his
> property, ~3 acre feet and he had a *huge* blume of these around
> august/september of last year. If my memory serves me correctly, the
> majority of the sightings of these things have been seen in Southern
> Jersey/PA/Delaware area. Apparantly they are brought in by migratory
> birds. We did throw a few in his empty fish tank along with some baby
> bluegills, but decided against keeping them after we saw most of the
> bluebills dead. I don't think any LFS would carry these - look for them
> in warm water, we found all of them downwind in a mostly stagnant pond
> where a lot of birds frequent.
> Jeff Ludwig
I have heard of FW jellyfish but never seen them, and I'm curious...
I saw a tankful of saltwater jellies at an aquarium on the Oregon coast
that was stunning--and I've heard they were popular in Japan(?) in
Could I ask where your friend's pond was? (general area) Where do
you think the birds were bringing them from, and how, and what birds?
I'm not doubting you--just curious. And I would love to find some.
And I don't think you're crazy...