eddie462 Posted October 19, 2022 Share Posted October 19, 2022 (edited) I need help with identifying these animals. They swim at the water’s surface of a pond. These creatures swim in rapid circles when I shine a flashlight on the pond. It’s hard to see them during the day. The animals are smaller than seed shrimp. They don’t swim in jerky motions like daphnia. They don’t sit on the sides of the cup like copepods. Will a picture my macrolense be required for identification? They’re a fantastic food source for the 27 Pseudomugil gertrudae Aru II fry I pulled out of the pond last week. Those fry grew up very quickly with that endless buffet. Edited October 19, 2022 by eddie462 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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