RE: NANFA-- JellyFish

Rose Lawn Museum (
Wed, 02 Oct 2002 12:02:43 -0400

So, to bring this back to where it started, in a large, rounded enclosure
such as Casper's cement pond they should have an even chance if the food is
readily available. Right?

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 11:49 AM 10/2/02 -0700, you wrote:
>I also forgot to mention that another very important reason to use the
>constant current when keeping jellies is to keep the food in suspension for
>them to feed. Since they are passive feeders, adding food that might simply
>settle to the bottom or if its live food, congregate by the light, would not
>do the jellies any good. They need abundant food and they need to be able
>to get at it. The more obstructions in the tank, the less chance that the
>food gets to the tentacles.
>Nick Zarlinga
>Aquarium Biologist
>Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
>216.661.6500 ext 4485
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