Re: NANFA-- Anacharis question

Joshua L Wiegert (
Sun, 18 Apr 2004 21:28:50 -0400

Since most "anacharis" is cultured in big vats in Florida -- I don't think
90s are anything to worry about, Bob. The stuff will handle warm water
without much trouble. Some people claim that it needs cool water, but IME,
it just needs bright, high quality light.


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----- Original Message ----- From: "Bob Bock" <> To: <> Sent: Sunday, April 18, 2004 9:26 PM Subject: NANFA-- Anacharis question

> Sounds like a great idea, Mys. The anacharis you culture in your tubs--will > it tolerate warm temperatures? I'd like to try them outside, but my outdoor > tubs may reach the 90s. Would this kill them off? /----------------------------------------------------------------------------- /"Unless stated otherwise, comments made on this list do not necessarily / reflect the beliefs or goals of the North American Native Fishes / Association" / This is the discussion list of the North American Native Fishes Association / To subscribe, unsubscribe, or get help, send the word / subscribe, unsubscribe, or help in the body (not subject) of an email to / For a digest version, send the command to / instead. / For more information about NANFA, visit our web page,