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Re: [Killietalk] K. marmoratus Incubation Time
Hi Roberto, The initial flow of fluids thru an osmotic membrane is from
less dense to more dense. So water with less TDS flows toward more TDS.
Thin water trys to thin out thicker water. This explodes the
shell(osmotic membrane) and releases the embryo. Agitation changes the
waters surface for more oxygen content so why not use an airstone.
Cheaper than gas for a car and easier than jogging.
Greg Simpson likes to create cartoons for his newsletter and I
can just see 3 embryonated eggs with bubble captions over them. One says
" I want to hatch; take me on a car ride". The other says " I want to
hatch also ; give me a dose of powdered milk". The third says" I want to
hatch as well but just change my water to rainwater equivalent making
sure it is loaded with oxygen." I can't think of anything more loaded
with oxygen than a tiny droplet of h2o falling a mile thru the
atmosphere. IMO. Fire away!
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