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Re: [Killietalk] Tubifex Tubifex
The following site and its references look like a pretty good place to
> Thanks for the info..honestly I was not to concerned about the pathogen
> I can say that this species of Tubifex worm is a really sweet .. they do
> not need the massive water changes that the North American one needs.
The NA ones need that for purging bacteria from their gut, but they can
live in water so stagnant that nothing else lives there.
> have developed the ability to live in a low turn over water supply.. Living
> in the Tropics there are all kinds of wonders that you don't get in a
> temperate climate. These critters live for the rainy season.. and come out
> of dormancy once the rain begins..which we have learned they can do..
> My wife and I have searched high and low thru the net and but can not find
> any general information about the life cycle.. ..Meaning the time from egg
> laying to sexual mature adult.. Myself I am content on just checking
> Bromeliad's off and on collecting them as they are available.. Who could
> complain about a yard full of Bromeliads But my wife is on a
> mission...GRIN.. and wants to know the life cycle.. I told here that there
> were brilliant minds in this Group and surely somebody would know..so I
> would ask...
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