don at bio-organics.com wrote:
>brateaver at aol.com wrote:
>>>> Maybe is a flatworm. Nasty looking things.
>>>> B. Rateaver
>>Dear Bargyla - Yes, it seems I am the proud captor of a flatworm. I
>think that the flatworm probably attacked the earthworm underground and
>the earthworm went to the surface trying to escape, which is when I
>>What a jungle underground! I feel fortunate to have witnessed this
>lefe-and-death event, which I doubt many people will ever see. By the
>way, know anyone who wants a flatworm sent to them? Free?
>>Happy New Year to you.
>Bio/Organics Supply Center
I occasionally chat with a fellow from CA known affectionately to his
friends as the Bugman. I don't know if he'd be interested in a
flatworm, though, since he's mostly into insects. But ya never know.
E-mail him at bugman at concentric.net, and check out his homepage at
http://www.concentric.net/~bugman/ He's from California, prefers
natural controls for insect problems, and grows some really nice
gdwill at earthlink.net or
gdwill at william.salzo.cary.nc.ushttp://home.earthlink.net/~gdwill/