Re: NANFA-L-- Keeping Sculpin

Joshua L. Wiegert (JLW at
Mon, 26 Sep 2005 09:43:29 -0400

You were told that sculpins are extremely difficult to keep at higher
temperatures, yes? Someone here must have told you that the temperature you
were keeping him at was probably too high. Now that poor sculpin, in an
effort to stay cool, is gobling down frozen foods. The only thing keeping
him from simply melting is the cold temperature of those bloodworms.

Yea, yea, I couldn't resist.

Joshua L. Wiegert
AIM UID: JoshuaWiegert                                                ICQ 
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Due to budget cuts, the light at the end of the tunnel has been discontinued. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jeff Grabarkiewicz" <threehorn_wartyback at> To: <nanfa-l at> Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 12:41 AM Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Keeping Sculpin

> Just wanted to drop a line that my sculpin has been feeding regularly on > mysis shrimp and bloodworms...I've tried live food (a variety of worms) > and he is not interested. However, he can't get enough frozen bloodworms. > Go figure. > > Jeff /----------------------------------------------------------------------- / This is the discussion list of the North American Native Fishes / Association (NANFA). Comments made on this list do not necessarily / reflect the beliefs or goals of NANFA. For more information about NANFA, / visit Please make sure all posts to nanfa-l are / consistent with the guidelines as per / To subscribe, unsubscribe, or get / help, visit the NANFA email list home page and archive at /