Re: NANFA-- O-spots

R. W. Wolff (
Wed, 1 Mar 2000 10:33:55 -0800

That could be right. The water usually associated with them is a muddy
color instead of clear, may be something in that muddy water that doesn't
live in clear or stained water.

> Hey Ray,
> Maybe they need some other first food than you are giving them. But I
> have a clue as to what food that might be........ How about some water
> an open stream that is full of microscopic life and the baby orange-spots
> need some hidden source of nutrients from a pond, river, lake, etc.?
> Just a guess........
> BG

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