Re: NANFA-L-- micro worms

Derek Parr (
Thu, 20 Apr 2006 17:06:40 -0400

you could maybe throw some aquatic plants and some pond water into a
plastic tub, and then throw the eggs in there .. and see what happens.
Lots of little fish edibles will be living in the water and amongst the
plants. Don't know if ya'll have to worry about freezing still up
there, but that might be something to worry about.. alot depends on the
type of fish.

-derek parr
chapel hill, nc

Harry Knaub wrote:
> HELP!!
> I went to a local aquarium club meeting on Tuesday and bought some
> Fundulapanchex eggs during the auction. Nobody was bidding on them and they
> were only $1, so I thought what the heck. When I inquired about their care, I
> was told to try either baby brine shrimp or micro worms. Unfortunatly, No one
>-in-the meeting could help me out with either one.
> I thought micro worms would be best, because I'm not really set up to hatch
> brine shrimp just now. So, what started as a lark could be a disaster.
> I was wondering if anyone might be willing to part with a culture or steer me
> to a quick source for micro worms.
> Any help will be appreciated.
> Harry Knaub
> York, PA
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