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Bug ID

Discussion in 'Inverts' started by csmith, Jan 31, 2010.

  1. csmith

    csmith Guest

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    Can anyone identify this creature? There are quite a few in my DSM tank, mainly in my bowl of water.

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  2. Biollante

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    Magic In The Air

    Hi,

    I probably should know what bug that is, but do not off hand. I just recognize it as harmless, fish food. As you are noticing with your dry start, life is everywhere. :)

    If it has been very cold and the place has been closed up, I recommend all having the ductwork, carpets, upholstery and so on cleaned. :eek:

    Otherwise it is just stuff in the wind and if you are new to Colorado, you are about to learn about wind. :rolleyes:

    Even this time of year, sour dough bread works. Even this time of year a little de-chlorinated water in a bowl and a clean piece of lettuce in it will produce food for rotifers, copepods and fry. ;)

    It is magic! :D

    Biollante
     
  3. deucebiggss

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    I had those too with some spiders nothing to worry about.
     
  4. Tug

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    You know the cotton gauze over the camera's lens makes the bug look years younger. I can hardly recognize it. You might try and find it at this site. http://www.whatsthatbug.com/
     
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