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Re: Shipping Eggs
In a message dated 6/15/00 12:15:56 PM EST, yodeman at mailcity_com writes:
Hi Sandy and Allen, The only thing I would add, is wait until the eggs have
eyed up before sending them. That way, you know you are sending viable eggs.
Put the eggs in a tube of water or a small killi bag with water, and then get
some styro or rubber foam around them anyway you can. Tim's box is a good
cheap way to do this. You can also send the eggs in damp peat, I'm pretty
sure this arrests developement, so they will not hatch en route.
Allen, I got some of the E.fasciolatus "conakry" eggs from Tim, they are
doing very well (got 10 fry). What did you get from Tim? JUst curious. Ron >>
I also got the Ep. fas. from Tim. Allen
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