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|I found T. longicaudatus are quite fond of mung beans|
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|BlueWanderer||Nov 5 2017, 08:45 AM Post #1|
I put some mung beans in water. And after two or three day when little roots had grown, I boiled one and cut it up.
Triops looked... crazy when they found the bean.
I didn't try other beans. I have soy beans, but they seem to be dead.
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