Re: NANFA-- Daphnia
Wed, 3 Mar 2004 18:58:50 EST

In a message dated 3/3/04 6:23:08 PM Eastern Standard Time,

> I'm no expert, but they sure look like daphnia to me. Oblongly round,
> generally reddish [as these are] or green and not hinged like cyclops. I
> don't
> focus up close real well, but they appear to have an egg sack just below
> midway on
> their bodies whereas the cyclops trail their egg sacks on their tailends.

Sounds about right to me, I really didn't think daphnia had egg sacs but laid
eggs one at a time. BTW do you see any more of those giant cyclops lately?
they were very cool.

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