Getting polychaetes to chill out

James Blake jablake at ix.netcom.com
Thu Jan 25 21:41:24 EST 2001


Propylene phenoxetol was widely hailed as a relaxant in the 1970's, and 
was found to work well as a for a wide variety of invertebrates, but has 
since  been demonstrated to be a carcinogen. Hence, use only with 
caution.  

Sendall, Kelly wrote:

> I am interested in hearing about any experience anneliders might have in
> using propylene phenoxytol as a relaxant on polychaetes before fixation.

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James A. Blake, Ph.D.
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