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    I thought utrics were aquatic? brief explanation please??

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    Joesph,
    There are two types to the genus of Utics. There are terrestial and aquatic utrics. Terrestial utrics have leaves and roots as they grow in soil while the aquatic species do not have this characteristics.

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    Epalnts has is just about right but I would like to clarify a bit. Utrics are very diverse having evolved to be aquatic, terrestrial and epiphytic. Most people are more familiar with the aquatic species but the terrestrials far out number them.

    For more explaination try checking out the Utric forum [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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    hehh... there is now a dead fruit fly floating in my sun pitcher... as well as a noticeable black mass at the bottom of a brand new ampullaria pitcher... infact, I would not be suprised at all if the amp drew in the majority of the stragglers and slaughtered them...

    I might just have to feed them all again, sooner than planned...

    I have this neat little culture kit where they just keep comin!
    \"Maybe in order to understand mankind, we have to look at the word itself: \"Mankind\". Basically, it\'s made up of two separate words - \"mank\" and \"ind\". What do these words mean ? It\'s a mystery, and that\'s why so is mankind.\" ~ Jack Handey

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    May I ask where you got this kit? I am most interested! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] It would be real nice for my Clipeata,and Lowii.

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    I bought it at the Herp Expo from a supplier... ********** is looking at the possibility of carrying them... nothing fer sure yet so hold yer horses and don't get to excited yet...
    \"Maybe in order to understand mankind, we have to look at the word itself: \"Mankind\". Basically, it\'s made up of two separate words - \"mank\" and \"ind\". What do these words mean ? It\'s a mystery, and that\'s why so is mankind.\" ~ Jack Handey

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