Re: NANFA-- Wisconsin Fundulus (was hellbenders plus!)
Mon, 12 Jan 2004 09:49:13 EST

In a message dated 1/12/04 4:22:51 AM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> There have been Cynolebias (south american annual killis) disappeared from
> widely isolated biotopes for eight years and then suddenly were back. How
> comes? These ponds dry up completely and have no connection with permanent
> waters. Nature can be more than strange. It4s in many respects far behind
> our imagination.
> Steffen
Steffen, these annual killis have resting eggs based on much the same
principal of brine shrimp eggs. They can dry out and the recipe for more killis is
"just add water".

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