Re: NANFA-- Anyone ever try to maintain leeches?
Thu, 18 Apr 2002 11:45:42 EDT

In a message dated 4/18/02 11:06:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time,

<< i would think leechs would susist one one feeding for quite a while.
i agree that balance in nature is very fragile... i see it as seasons
rains and dry spells. some plants florish others wither. the same for a
i especially think this when i see a stream that has not changed for eons
then a hillside is clearcut and the stream is filled w/ silt.
nature rebounds but not the way it was.
/ >>
Aren't many leaches predatory, feeding on snails and earth worms? I have had
predatory leaches in my tanks before. I know they were predatory because
there were turtles in with them and they never became attached to the turtles
but i did catch them eating pond snails.

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