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Native fish; keeping
Topic Started: May 9 2009, 12:46 PM (532 Views)
Jim
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Well for someone who is currently all about North American Native Fish, I have neglected to post in this section about that, probably because it seems to be a very specialized feild, with little or sporatic interest. However if anyone is really interested at some point i would be glad to help or discuss the advantages to keeping these jewels of nature
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Tigerpuffer
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i have 8 Gambusia affinis :P
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Jim
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MosquitoFish, makes good feeders :) Livebearers, reproduce quickly. Cheap renewable source of live food for larger Natives.
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Tigerpuffer
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very personable too...i have one that will eat from my hand and almost likes to be petted lol
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GO BUCS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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May 10 2009, 06:41 PM
very personable too...i have one that will eat from my hand and almost likes to be petted lol
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Tigerpuffer
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no theyre not :(
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GO BUCS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bottomfeeder
May 11 2009, 11:04 PM
no theyre not :(
My niger cat, silverarowana, and clownknife would love them.
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Jim
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Just kidding Bottomfeeder LOL these as well as many less flamboyant natives are very desireable in the hobby and usually only kept by the more advanced Native Freaks that can fully enjoy their inner beauty. I mean anyone can keep Sunfish :)
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haha. i love my Skeeters :D
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Will
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Feeders :)
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