Mailing frozen worms
Tritech_Research at lamg.com
Wed Aug 7 17:13:15 EST 1996
Patrick C. Phillips WRITES:
Now I have another question. Is it possible to mail worms in a frozen
state? Is dry ice cold enough to keep them intact for overnight
delivery? Has anyone tried this, or must one use a vat of liquid
nitrogen in the back of a U-Haul like they did when the CGC moved to
Minnesota (obviously not too useful for getting worms from England)?
Thanks in advance.
Since the worms can be frozen and store just fine at -70c and
dry ice is -76c, it should absolutely work.
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