methods of killing leps

Mark Walker MWalker at
Mon Sep 21 01:19:36 EDT 1998

David Albaugh wrote:

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	bugguy at [SMTP:bugguy at]
> Sent:	Sunday, September 20, 1998 11:33 PM
> To:	LEPS-L at
> Subject:	Re: methods of killing leps
> Why not just carefully put the specimen in an envelope and put the
> envelope in the freezer. If the specimen doesn't have any pain sensors
> freezing it should basically just cause it to go to sleep, right?
> David Albaugh
	Yep, that's what I do.  It's SO much easier than any other
technique.  It also allows you to release many of them that you don't decide
to keep.  It also retains moisture for easy spreading.  And as Kenelm wrote
(I think?), they can stay alive in envelopes for a long time.

	Mark Walker.

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