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Re: Live Foods Digest V2 #11

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> Live Foods Digest       Monday, January 19 1998       Volume 02 : Number 011
> In this issue:
>         The list is still up.
>         question re BBS
>         live food in the winter
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> Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 11:05:21 -0600
> From: "David W. Webb" <dwebb at ti_com>
> Subject: The list is still up.
> The list hasn't been busy lately, so I'm just sending this note so everyone
> will know it's still up.  :-)
> I was out of town last week, so I haven't yet forwarded some non-member
> submissions.  I'll do that now.
> - --
> David W. Webb           Texas Instruments
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> ------------------------------
> Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 11:06:20 -0600
> From: "David W. Webb" <dwebb at ti_com>
> Subject: question re BBS
> From: Jim Robinson <jimr at vrx_net>
> To: "killies at mejac_palo-alto.ca.us" <killies at mejac_palo-alto.ca.us>
> CC: "LiKillieTalk at AKA_orgve-Foods"@actwin.com
> Subject: question re BBS
> Hi there y'all, eh;
>         There was a thread a short time ago concerning BBS and its lack of
> HUFA's which I understand to be Long chain fatty acids. The crux of the
> thread was that one could not raise marine young on BBS because it had
> no HUFA's and marine fish didn't have the capability of producing it
> themselves.
>         On the weekend a friend was mentioning that he had bred the marine
> fish
> Pterapogon kauderni about a month and a half ago. He stated that they
> were all doing well and had more than doubled their size on a diet of
> only BBS. He was unaware of the lack of HUFA's and consequently did
> nothing to enrich the BBS.
>         Was he just very lucky, is there something different about this
> fish or
> do some marine fish not need large amout of HUFA's? His experience has
> run counter to the current wisdom. Anyone have any ideas?
>         TTFN, eh
>         Jim
> - --
> Jim Robinson
> 1152 Vanier Dr.,
> Mississauga, Ontario,
> (905)278-8469
> e-mail  jim at cka_org
> ------------------------------
> Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 11:06:59 -0600
> From: "David W. Webb" <dwebb at ti_com>
> Subject: live food in the winter
> From: Jeremy <adamsjer at ucs_orst.edu>
> To: Live Foods Digest <Live-Foods at actwin_com>
> Subject: live food in the winter
> Don't Those darn frogs know its winter out there? My Hymenochirus boettgeri
> (dwarf clawed frog) just spawned for the second time in 3 weeks. With the
> first spawning I fed them primarily infusoria and small rotifers from my a
> no-fish pond out side. Its on the small side and I seem to have depleated
> most
> of the good stuff. It doesn't regenerate very fast do to the cold
> tempuratres
> here in my part of Oregon. So far things have stayed above freezing though.
> I
> used up the last of by Brine Shrimp eggs (am going to get more) but I also
> find them very time consuming to maintain (i don't have much free time).
>         So to the point. I am not keepiing any live foods that are suitable
> for my
> tadpoles to be. They are 100% carnivorous. I actually only have 3 survivors
> from the first batch, due to canaboliism. I want to increase my success
> with
> batch 2 by heavy feeding. Is any one willing to chance the yucky weather
> and
> do some live food trading? I am looking for Paramecium and microworms and
> maybe even daphnia. I have for trade; wingless fruitflies, Mealworms, and
> crickets. I think all of these except maybe the crickets can withstand the
> cold tempuratures. Extreme freeing like they are having in some places is
> probably not good but iits not freezing in my part of the country (yet). f
> not
> a trade I will gladly pay S&H.
> Thanks,
> Jeremy Adams
> Corvallis, OR 97330
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