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Old 19th January 2006   #1
jeff
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I was going to bed last night and I got dive bombed by something I got a good look at it and its a mature mayfly from my prey tank. I let it have its 15 hours of flying fun. Now I don't want to feed the other 6. I am attached to them now!



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Old 19th January 2006   #2
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How does mayfly look like. I am curious



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Old 19th January 2006   #3
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Click the image to open in full size.
like this for example



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Old 19th January 2006   #4
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Jeff, don't get too attached. That less-than-one-day life span makes them not-so-great pets.



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