Re: [CBS] Emergency search for microworms
- Cool. I have never used vinegar eels, but would be more than happy to
try. This spawn is going badly in general. The male is acting like a
little freak. He moved the nest out into the middle of the tank
during the night and it looks like he ate some of the eggs. Now he is
hiding in the plants. And I thought my boyfriend was afraid of having
How can I get a hold of you?
> No Microworms, but got a lot of vinegar eels, if you are interested.I am in
> Amit Pandya
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
If you will be at the Jan. meeting, I'll prepare a microworm culture for
you. I am based in Mountain View.
>From: "chalawerber" <chalawerber@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [CBS] Emergency search for microworms
>Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2004 19:27:23 -0000
>Hi, I am looking for somebody in the SF Bay Area that has some
>microworms to spare. Yes, I committed that #1 breeder no, no and
>didn't check my culture the day before spawning. They were fine last
>week, but when I went to get them ready to feed after my beautiful
>turquoise, yellow and white couple spawned yesterday evening, I found
>that both my backup, and my culture were gone.
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