Re: NANFA-- nightcrawlers: predators?

R. W. Wolff (
Mon, 7 Oct 2002 18:41:37 -0500

> The various brackish killies usually need brackish or salt water, and
> flux, for their eggs to hatch and probably for their new larvae to find
> suitable habitat. The adults are a lot more tolerant of variable
> many of us have seen that!

By doing very well outdoors I meant they have reproduced and the young grow
nicely. I guess they make due since they cannot find thier preffered
habitat? If it would be possible, it would be neat to try and set up a
double pond system and have one part brackish and one part fresh, though
keeping it that way would be tough I would assume, but it would be neat to
see what they do then.

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