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Re: GAR breeding and Barometric Pressures
In a message dated 6/26/2000 7:06:24 PM, huntley1 at home_com writes:
My guess is that they don't. Something else spooked them.
The water in your TAN tank was, no doubt, fairly high conductivity. >>
Yes, high conductivity, but boy, the effect was so startling. I will try it
again on some less spooky fish. I have had fish die because of minor
electrical currents that resulted from defective seals on pumps and heaters.
But that is 110 volt AC current, not a static charge nor a battery operated
pH meter. However, what is the effect when an electric eel or catfish does
its thing? I guess we decided a long while ago that the effect of a battery
connected to copper wires on hydra was dissolution of the copper, not the
electric current per se.
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