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Zooplankton Succession and Larval Fish Culture in Freshwater Ponds


Preston John
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@Dean’s Fishroom The photo above is a rotifer culture I’ve been working on for a few months. There is still some paramecium in with them, but I’ve gotten the rotifers to out compete them using Aquaruim Co-Op Fry Food once a week. All the other mulm at the bottom is old wheat berries, dried duck weed, and green beans. 

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On 10/4/2020 at 12:24 AM, Preston John said:

@Dean’s Fishroom The photo above is a rotifer culture I’ve been working on for a few months. There is still some paramecium in with them, but I’ve gotten the rotifers to out compete them using Aquaruim Co-Op Fry Food once a week. All the other mulm at the bottom is old wheat berries, dried duck weed, and green beans. 

that is nice, I did the marine rotifers for a while, but at the same time the puffers have taken a spawning break. They proved fairly easy to cultivate but also very time intensive to maintain. I have some resting cysts of freshwater rotifers but haven't felt the need to set them up yet. 

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