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Folks . . .
Lee Harper says:
"9. The isolation of fry in the first several weeks after hatching, two per
container, is the most consistent method for assuring a high percentage of
male-female pairs in any species. Why does this work? I suspect it has
something to do with either visual or chemical influences that are designed
by "Mother Nature" to assure the preservation of the species."
The answer to this will be in the Oct/Nov issue of the JAKA. As was
promised the high school kids wrote an article on "The Experiment". That
article has been submitted to Marshal Ostrow, JAKA editor, and just missed
the Aug/Sept issue.
I think, personally, you will enjoy the article.
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