Re: NANFA-- JellyFish
Tue, 1 Oct 2002 18:01:34 EDT

In a message dated 10/1/02 5:48:34 PM Eastern Daylight Time,

<< any knowledge or experience out there? >>
No, but lots of enthusiasm! I have managed to keep some bryozoans alive in an
aquarium for about two months now. Surprised me! Always before snails have
eaten them but this one bunch seems impervious to snails. I would love to
find some of the sessile forms of the jellyfish you saw. I still like the
idea of a freshwater aquarium with inverts like sponges and stuff like that.
It's a real challenge, much harder than marine inverts at this point but that
may just be because we don't know enough about them yet. Remember "they"
always said that marine sessile inverts were impossible to keep and now they
are being propagated regularly. What lake was it? I would like to observe
them in their natural habitat as well.

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