Re: NANFA-- Daphnia
Thu, 4 Mar 2004 09:37:35 EST

In a message dated 3/3/04 5:58:31 PM Mountain Standard Time, writes:

> You can
> see the egg packets under the carapace of the females
> a little more easily than you can see the clones, but
> with close observation you should be able to see them
> too.

Thanks, Klaus, for the explanation. It clarifies the other question I had in
that sometimes the daphnia looked to have clearish eggs [the clones] and
sometimes they have the dark eggs [the real eggs]. Mystery solved, thanks again.

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