I've been culturing Tahitian isocrysis galbana for 1 1/2 years successfully and my temps range from 76F
depending on the time of year here in Fl. (US) so I'm some what perplexed on those saying to keep it below 73F
, is galabana different from the other T iso
you are talking about? I even had one of my iso
cultures crash and instead of wasting it I dumped 2 or 4 hundred thousand roti's (plicitilis) and within 3 days turned back to a light golden brown sieved it 4 or 5 times and saved the culture, I culture nano for my roti's but enrich with the iso
but this told me that since I assume it was nano that infiltrated my iso
and the rots went for the nano first (maybe size factor?) and left the iso
alone, my question for some of the guru's here is if the rots didn't have anything but the iso
would/could they then consume it eventually, I know they don't seem to want the tet
, I dump that in my copes (tigriopus) and fuges.
"If you opened my head there would be a plethora of copes swimming in a sea of phyto"