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:shock: Sorry I got the phyto and the zooplankton mixed up

I like the pic, what was the magnification used?
 

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Lots of good luck!!! More pictures!!!

And welcome!!

Carol
 

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Cute babies, good luck!

What do you plan to do with them when/if they grow up? They're bimaculoides, right? :)
 

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I guess he could keep some for himself, sell the rest and make a hefty profit :heee: I also never knew what species your octo was, any ideas?
 

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Id guess Vulgaris (or a pygmy) because they are so small. I remember somewhere it was said they were a milimeter long. That's small. :shock:
 

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Yea, i think they are vugaris. They're so small still. They seem to be doing fine right now. I have transfered most of them into seperate tanks so the filter won't suck them up. I've been feeding them zooplankton and none of them have died so far. They're thousands of them, i'm running out of room. But when and if they survive and grow up i'm probably going to sell them to a pet store some where. If anyone wants one i can probably send some out.
 

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