Gary Lange (gwlange at
Tue, 17 Feb 1998 22:20:26 -0600

I will now be selling 3-5 oz containers of APR for RSG members. I've literally
sent hundreds of members to Wet Thumb Aquatics over the years but they now seem
like they don't want to carry it. If anyone is interested I'll let you know my
price list on it sometime next week.

APR needs to be stored in very airtight containers. The little "triangles" of
APR that are sold in the stores are NOT airtight. They turn brown after
awhile. If it doesn't have a faint "eggy" smell, it's no longer any good.
Make sure that you store the majority of your APR in the freezer tightly

Gary Lange
gwlange at
Rainbowfish Study Group of North America

> From: Segeberger <klaus.schoening at>
> To: rainbowfish at
> Subject: [RML] APR
> Date: Tuesday, February 17, 1998 3:30 PM
> -> Hi all,
> -> I have been somewhat unsuccessful at finding APR at my
> -> LFS, they can't/won't even order it for me :( Any one have
> I don't know where you are, but here in Ohio I can find APR in the salt
> water section where it is sold to feed to invertebrates. It comes in a
> a small vial about the size of one third a pencil, brine shrimp eggs are
> sometimes sold in a similar container for around $2. APR is sold by OSI
> foods. A little goes a long way so that little vial should hold you a
> while. It looks kinda like you would expect a faded dried yolk of egg
> would. Last time I priced it it sold for $2.99.
> Klaus