Re: NANFA-- Spring must be here in Indianapolis
Tue, 6 Apr 2004 20:41:11 EDT

In a message dated 4/6/04 8:29:07 PM Eastern Daylight Time,

> I saw my first daphnia about 10 days ago and mosquito larvae was close
> them. It was in a shallow container with a dirt substrate. I think the
> shallow water heats up faster. No sign of any in any of my other
I've only seen some type of mobile green stuff, probably euglena and a few
very tiny daphnia and some very tiny cyclops in my black rain barrels. The green
stuff is at the size limit for my baby brine shrimp net to collect (some go
through some don't) and I've been catching them and feeding them to my fish. So
far only a few daphnia magna that stay around all year in very small numbers
in my rain barrels as well. No mosquito larvae yet but I don't get many of
them due to the breeding population of ghost shrimp that live in most of my

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