June 5, 1998
From: Paul Katz
I am a neurobiologist who works on a nudibranch species, Tritonia diomedea, found on our side of the Pacific ocean. We have these animals collected for us and transported to Atlanta, where we keep them in artificial seawater tanks. To keep the animals alive for many weeks or months, we feed them sea pens (Ptilosarcus gurneyi), which are also collected for us. My question is does anybody know of an alternative food source that we can more easily obtain than seapens. Are there any similar species that are cultured?
Does anybody else have a similar problem?
Thanks for your help.
email@example.comKatz, P., 1998 (Jun 5) Food source for Tritonia diomedea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/133
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