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Re: KillieTalk Digest V2 #262
Folks........sorry for the confusion in the last note. The N. rachovii
I got of Barry's from the AKA convention were NOT the "black
rachovii"....just the normal strain. They were the "Biera" 91. So I
get from your note Barry, that fishes in the wild have different 'dry"
times????? I should assume that "Biera" 91 and "Biera" 98 were the
same local, but now the "Biera" 98 require LESS "dry" time than "Biera"
91 even though they are "the same" fish.......well same local! They
have changed that much in 7 years!!!!
Dale........was your response for the "Biera".....normal rachovii, or
for the "black rachovii" ??
But here again.....why an I getting OK hatches at 9-10 weeks for the
conditions I am giving them. Can, or should I assume I will get a
better hatch if I redry and leave the peat for another .....what 1-2-3
weeks or should I wait your full 6-7 months. I pull the peat every
ohhhhhh 2-3 weeks.
Sorry to be so silly about this but, the N. rachovii is an absolute
favorite of mine and I would like to maximize the output.....get it
My reference to the "black rachovii" was only because Barry had thought
he might have a pair availiable for me at the AKA Convention via a
discussion Barry and I had 5-6-7 months ago....Again.....sorry for the
- N. rachovii
- From: "Barry J. Cooper" <bjc3 at cornell_edu>