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Old 05-28-2004, 02:05 PM   #11
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Well I guess I need to find a way of collecting them and Ill give you guys all that you want. Youd be blown away if you saw the numbers if I turn over a rock at my house there are so many.
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Shout, I get the flashlight out every night to see if I can see any. I set the fuge up for pods mainly to support my mandarin. I never saw a one but the mandarin has been doing well and it not skinny ever since I removed him from the QT. It has been about 6 months now in the display tank..

I bought a "bug pack" from a LFS to help my fuge out and I now see a few mysis shrimp swimming in the fuge but nothing like everyone talks about.

I am jealous. If anyone needs to unload any, let me know
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Old 05-28-2004, 03:25 PM   #13
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Well I guess I need to find a way of collecting them and Ill give you guys all that you want. Youd be blown away if you saw the numbers if I turn over a rock at my house there are so many.
You live in a saltwater marsh? I dont see how they could be under your rocks unless you lived in a marsh area where the ground was always wet.
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I live in Florida on the interacostal so theres tides and boat wake, the water where the rocks are is always wet. The rocks kinda make little depresions and the deep parts are under the water level so they stay full of water. There are also grass beds right offshore that I can drag a net and pull up tons of pods, ghost shrimp and baby nassiriass(sp) snails.
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Sounds like the perfect enviorment for them.
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One question, is there water that is not wet?
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Who said water wasnt wet?
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the water where the rocks are is always wet
Just being a Smart A$$ 8)
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Old 05-29-2004, 02:14 AM   #19
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Those little snails aren't nassarius. At least I don't think they are? Had some with that calupera we collected. BTW these big feather dusteres aren't doing to great if you want to come get them let me know.
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