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Re: [Killietalk] Why is frozen (adult) brine shrimp considereda"worthless food"
...pardon all the post, at least one was meant to reply to sender, not
Hey changing the subject a lil (I see something interesting worthy of a
I got 2 batches of aphyolebias fry going: about 20ish in a 10gal and another
batch 1 month younger in a fry box...
Interestingly, there is a very noticeable difference in body shape (so far),
the fry in the boxes are deeper bodied and more robust...
Just wondering if their shape is influenced by water depth (like koi and
angelfish), or by water volume (i.e the fry waste less energy finding food)
From: Ken [mailto:ken_combs at sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Saturday, December 01, 2007 7:33 AM
To: 'killifish discussion list'
Subject: RE: [Killietalk] Why is frozen (adult) brine shrimp
Hey, perhaps "worthless" is probably a poor choice of words, comparatively
though: Sally's Brine Shrimp vs. Hikari bloodworms, well the products aren't
close IMO; the amount of un-eaten, brownish frozen Brine shrimp husk on the
bottom of my tanks hint at that (I do confess to buying 2 flats of Brine
shrimp my last F&S order, but thats as a change and strictly for cichlids,
SJO and less picky eaters)...
...processed daphnia?...I haven't had anything other than Oscars touch em,
I've even tried mixing them with live daphnia...(but not doubting anyone
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