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Re: Lepto minimus
Look at the eggs under a low power microscope and you will see that they are
covered with small spikes or hairs. Most killi eggs do not have these on
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From: Dale Deck <deck at ptcnet_net>
To: Killie List <KillieTalk at aka_org>
Date: Sunday, July 12, 1998 10:12 AM
Subject: Lepto minimus
>At the convention this year I bought a bag of peat labled Lepto mininus. I
>have been serching for information on the genus. Killie Data list only
>Leptolucanie ommata from the Okefenokee.
>I bought the eggs only because I knew nothing about them I had a good
>hatch and have quite a few fry now large enough to eat baby brine shrimp.
>Can anyone tell me anything more about the genus, is it an annual as
>I assumed when I bought the bag of peat. I was not aware of any annuals
>in the US.