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Re: Live Foods Digest V1 #112

In Spain there are more than ten Branchiopods species. They are simmilar to
artemia but not equal. Grow faster. and they are less hard.


>Live Foods Digest     Wednesday, November 26 1997     Volume 01 : Number 112
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>	Artemia?
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>Date: Wed, 26 Nov 1997 02:41:54 -0800
>From: Jeremy <adamsjer at ucs_orst.edu>
>Subject: Artemia?
>Did I dream this or did I actually read this. Are there species of Artemia
>that live in fresh water? I swear I read something about this once but can't
>remember where. If not, maybe a similar creatur does exist that functions
>similarly (besides daphnia). I know it wouldn't exist in such an abundance
>maybe if cultivated properly.....
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