Re: [RML] fine mesh sources

shamus at nwstar.com
Mon, 3 Apr 2000 00:37:33 -0600

Perhaps broadcloth might work??

On 2 Apr 00, at 17:15, Mach T. Fukada wrote:

> Hi Jennifer,
> What type of rotifers? I have been fooling around with B. rubens. It
> is, on the average, about 25-50% the size of artemia napuli. If this
> works I gotta go down to the local K-MArt and see what they have. I
> am not to hopeful as Maui's retail sucks.... May make harvesting
> faster. I am using a 40-60 micron screen (however primarily to strain
> the greenwater to prevent other cilliates from taking over the
> culture). I do recall one of brine shrimp nets working, but I expect
> that it only caught the largest rotifers....
>
> MTF
>
>
> >How are you enjoying life in our sunny capital?
> >
> >I know you already have heaps of replies, but I have one other
> >suggestion. The fine curtain material that can be found readily at
> >stores such as KMart in the sewing and fabric department is ideal for
> >filtering even fine foods such as rotifers. It comes in many
> >different mesh sizes, and is as cheap as chips:-)
> >
> >Jennifer.
> >
>
> Mach T. Fukada
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>

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