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Re: hydra once again
Should see, I was feeding D. magna (big ones) to my fish and like to have
them in the tank to constantly provide live food. They eventually got
eaten by the hydra also, even though the Daphnia were huge. A friend of
mine raising corys indicates that the cory fry are fairly sensitive and
have problems with being stung (if the hydra are in too high numbers).
weather the fry were being eaten or not, we are not sure, however there was
higher mortality in the tank that infested...
At 04:04 PM 3/24/99 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 3/24/99 2:30:01 PM Central Standard Time, Owner-
>KillieTalk at AKA_Org writes:
>I can testify that if the fry are small enough like most rainbowfish fry they
>will get eaten, I lost quite a few that way, after feeding baby brine, the
>hydra swell up, well I saw the same thing with small rainbowfish fry.
>Keep E'm spawning
>John van Rompu
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