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Re: [Killietalk] Killietalk Digest, Vol 30, Issue 10
I have used acrylic yarn since the 70's and have great
success with killifish and rainbowfish. If his fish do
not like the new yarn because it is different from
what they are used to that does not mean the yarn is
suddenly giving off nefarious repellant. This is how
myths get started.
>> "I've use the acrylic yarns now
> and the fish don't like it as well."
> Odd, and perhaps plausible...being newer I
> experimented with various yarns
> and do see "some" differences...for now I use that
> fancy "furry" stuff, I
> "eventually" find more eggs but can't say if the
> fish actually "prefer" it
> or if its because they (nor I apparently) can find
> the eggs all that
> well...hmmm...perhaps the assorted yarn materials
> "outgas" <for lack of a
> better term> some un-I.D'd nefarious repellant
> chemical...just speculating
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