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RE: KillieTalk Digest V3 #885
it is a Nothobranchius species that is being
> "shared" it is critical to be sure that the participants are not also
> sharing an incurable parasite such as Glugea.
> Obviously, careful screening and this problem can, in theory, be
> minimized. In practise ? Well, that's another matter.....
My main interest is annuals, I have been told this parasite lives in the
peat with the eggs is this true? If so what should I look out for as I never
meet the people I exchange eggs or send them to would hate to pass it on
after receiving it. Are you more likely to get it if you receive eggs from
SAA group 3 coordinator(Cynolebias,Nematolebias,Simpsonichthys)
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