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Re: Live Foods Digest V2 #449
- To: Live-Foods at actwin_com
- Subject: Re: Live Foods Digest V2 #449
- From: spflume at gwdg_de (Stephan Pflume)
- Date: Wed, 09 Jun 1999 21:19:00 GMT
- In-Reply-To: <199906021958.PAA02274 at acme_actwin.com>
- References: <199906021958.PAA02274 at acme_actwin.com>
On Wed, 2 Jun 1999 15:58:01 -0400 (EDT), Owner-Live-Foods at actwin_com
(Live Foods Digest) wrote:
>Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 06:51:03 -1000
>From: "Mach T. Fukada" <fukada at aloha_net>
>Subject: Re: Moina (LFD V2 #442)
>Actually the switch to sexual reproduction is one of the good things about
>this species. Very often we over feed and crash the culture. The eggs
>hatch fairly quickly and allow the culture to bounce back in a few days.
>Also this species seems to be one of the smaller species and the immatures
>are compareable to artemia naupli.
Both of course is true.
>Check out these links:
Both did not mention the species name but only talking about Moina.
In germany few aquarium hobbyists have a species called Moina
macrocopa. I am not sure whether the name is correct, but today I
received a starter culture of this. This is surely not M. micrura and
might be one of the other species occurring in german waters: M.
macrocopa or M. brachiata. Once I found a link concerning M. dubia,
which was cultivated by some fish breeders in Singapore. As far as I
know, this link is down but I still have a copy of this text on my
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