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RE: [Killietalk] white worms
"Kray, Edd" <Edd_Kray at rf.doe.gov> wrote:
If 4,000,000 humans can, I think the worms can too!
Only because of a constant replacement supply, moving up from Texas. :-)
[If you call Texans humans. Many in CO don't. They call them "tourists."]
(and somehow, the killifish seem to survive...and even reproduce....
We *know* they are tough. That they thrive in CO just provides proof.
From: AL Anderson [mailto:killiman at iquest_net]
Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 4:09 PM
To: killifish discussion list
Subject: Re: [Killietalk] white worms
Ed will the white worms live in your low O2 atmosphere?
The real question for me is how to get them to live in *my* low-pressure
(not really low O2) air. I'm almost as high as Denver (4K vs 5K). It
swings between 15 below and 115F, often with little warning. Without a
basement or spare refrigerator, I don't think I can ever keep them
[At least we have real seasons, which is more than can be said for a lot
of CA. :-)]
Wright Huntley - Rt. 001 Box K36, Bishop CA 93514 - whuntley at verizon_net
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