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> From: Jorge =?iso-8859-1?Q?Sanju=E1n?=  <jstcyn at seker_es>
> In Spain there are more than ten Branchiopods species. They are simmilar to
> artemia but not equal. Grow faster. and they are less hard.

These are fresh water organisms? Can they be propagated and cultivated, 
or can their eggs be collected economically?

Cliff Lundberg
San Francisco
cliff at noevalley_com

> >From: Jeremy <adamsjer at ucs_orst.edu>
> >
> >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
> >but
> >maybe if cultivated properly.....