Re: NANFA-- Re: NANFA- Colonial Hydrozoans (At Cranberry Glade Lake!)

R. W. Wolff (
Thu, 22 Jun 2000 23:59:29 -0700

I am sure our salt water friends had some of the same problems when they
started keeping these things. Thing is, there probably was more interest
and with it money behind there endeavors.

Your pond thing is a great Idea. I am planning on setting up similar ponds
for the local amphibians to use as breeding pools in the spring, so they
don't all end up being fish food in my fish ponds. The more of these guys,
the less pests, and they are just neat to have around. My plan is to
incorporate this into my pond set ups to make a marsh look, with the small
pools in the midst of large plantings. Also , less grass to mow.


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