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The bucket was just set up June 1 so I am ruling out the dragonfly nymphs. The raccoon, possum, heron, cat, dog, theory is probably more accurate in my case. Thanks
I'll be looking to replace my E annulatus Monroviae. If anyone has any to trade contact me offline at bmeyer at parkland_cc.il.us
Please no E annulatus CI. Thanks bob
>>> George Slusarczuk <yurko at warwick_net> 08/04/99 07:46AM >>>
BizEcology at aol_com wrote:
> << I put all of my E annulatus outside and they were all doing well in a 5
> gallon bucket. Then they disappearred. I'm thinking an animal may have got
> them. The water was covered with several water hyacinths and it was too far
> for the fish to jump. >>
> Annulatus are small enough that a couple of dragonfly larvae or water beetles
> could easily wipe them out.
In my case a racoon had a snack of my Aphyosemions -- his paw prints
gave him away!