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Re: more newbie questions!
It tends to hover around 80 degrees average. It is well shaded and
on the north side of the house, so it doesn't get as hot as most garages.
It also functions as my Kung-Fu school, and I cool it down to the 70's
during classes. I have turned the family room into my fishroom. My wife
was skeptical of this until she saw her first killies! They are welcome
guests now. ;>) I keep the house between 72-74 degrees, which
keeps my tanks at a perfect 70 degrees for my killies. My wife wears
sweaters sometimes- but I have to keep the killies happy, right? I also
find the garage just right for grindal worms.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Misajegar at aol_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 4:29 PM
Subject: Re: more newbie questions!
> Jay Moylan responded to a note regarding the breeding of A. australe with
> method of egg incubation-
> Jay, when you say you put them, the mops in baggies, in the garage for 2
> weeks (inside a shoe box of course), what temperature is your garage????
> Burt Gorton
> Penfield, NY
> misajegar at aol_com
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