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Scott Davis wrote:
> Sounds like the same thing ecept on page one it says they are 12
> inches long.
> I think that guy had his microscope somehow backwards.
It was a font problem. Apparently a lot of hyphens got dropped from that
article. Two to three inches of water became 23 and 3-4 weeks became 34.
The best one was the number of segments expanding from 150-250 into
I'm sure the original length was 1-2 inches.
> There is an Australian earthworm which gets several feet long. How'd
> you like to find one of those in a bag from the LFS?
> Imagine what you could catch with one that size. :)
SJO raised in Canadian magnifying water?
Thanks, Scotty, for finding the article. Surprisingly, the internal
search engine at the Carolina site can't find it!
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- From: "Roger Hawthorne" <albanyaquarium at msn_com>
- Re: blackworms
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