Monthly Archives: May 2012

Setting Up the Six Foot Tank

I recently got access to using a 180 gallon tank in our lab to hopefully breed some fish for my research. I set it up the other day and am quite excited to get some fish in it in a … Continue reading

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Food Preference in the Orange Elephant Snail, Tylomelania sp. “poso orange”

This semester I took an Animal Behavior class at California State University, Sacramento. One of the projects was to conduct our own experiment. I thought I’d share what I did on my blog! Introduction: The family Pachychelidae contains freshwater snails … Continue reading

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Fish From Home Pt. 2: Livebearers

Long time no post. Unfortunately, school has gotten the best of my time lately. Here are some of the livebearers that are being kept at my home in Chicago that I was able to see during spring break.

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