Re: NANFA-- Collecting wild water, was, Changing water while

Scott Davis (
Tue, 18 Nov 2003 12:36:45 -0800 (PST)

If daphnia cultures are brought in, one of the more difficult phenomena to explain are those bloodworm gnats flying around the house after that inevitable mid-winter "warm" wave. Protestations that they are mouthless and not real mosquitos may fall on less than sympathetic ears. :)

All the best....

Sure, I often brought home damselfly larvae ( among other less " dangerous"
> critters) but these were happily eaten by the fish in most cases. And a
> damselfly hovering around the fish tanks in mid winter was a nice addition.
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