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Re: Eggs shipping
Hello Nonn, The easiest way to send plant spawner eggs is to put them in some type of vial, like a plastic film canister or something similar. Collect the eggs and wait about 3 days, most of the non viable eggs will have fungused by them. Remove the fungused ones (if any) and send the rest. MOst people put about 10 or so eggs in a vial. Fill the vials about one third to half full of water. Splitting the eggs into more vials cuts down on the possibility of loosing all the eggs if a few fungus while enroute. Put the vials in a bag and wrap them in some home insulation or newpaper and put them in a little styro. There are some very small styros out there. HTH, Ron
alt email: ron at 110_net
On Wed, 25 Oct 2000 02:37:37
Nonn Panitvong wrote:
>I have several more newbies questions to ask
>1. How do you ship your Non-annual like Apyosemion species eggs?
>2. How many do you put in a bag? How big is a bag?
>2. What is the best age, how many days olds, for the eggs to be shipped?
>3. I'm a new AKA member. I believe my # is 08227 and I still don't have
>password for the member only area. Please e-mail my password to
>npanitvong at hotmail_com.
>Thanks in advance,
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