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Re: [Killietalk] adhesive eggs, was Sterile pairs... N. kirki Chiuta MW 91-15
In a message dated 8/23/04 4:20:26 PM, dskatz at optonline_net writes:
<< I agree with you that eggs of Trigonectes sp.
Araguaia are extremely adhesive, even fertile eggs. They are so adhesive
that I gave up on trying to water incubate them since I could never remove
all of the small pieces of peat that stuck to the eggs surface enough to be
able to see the embryos forming.
And Cynop. melanotaenia eggs are the most "beautiful" of the eggs. >>
We haven't been in touch much recently. We need to see if we can
resurrect another SAA roundtable. Maybe at the Albany NE weekend?
I am glad to have corroborative testimony. I am sure there are others
that are really adhesive, I just haven't observed them, yet.
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