02-18-2011, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Knifegill
I for one recommend scuds to you, my friend. They're brine shrimp without the brine. And they also eat the same foods like yeast and just plain fish food that will grow bacteria for all it matters. Water can be stagnant and even have high TDS and they will still reproduce freely. Rather than spend money on them, all you need is a steady freshwater puddle near you that will likely be crawling with them. Check along train tracks and in alleys, they tend to thrive where larger predators can't tolerate the pollution.
Thanks, but I have no idea what scuds are. They sound like a good item and easy enough.
I am on Long Island so, I am not sure if they would survive in a temperate climate. As it is, it is too cold for anything to be found at the moment.