12-18-2010, 12:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
The videos are a bit fuzzy, but it looks like a Gambusia affinis, commonly called Mosquito fish due to its voracious appetite for mosquito larvae. Also a livebearer, but a notorious fin nipper, so watch it carefully as it settles in. It has been introduced to various non-native areas to control mosquitoes, and ended up wiping out local fish populations. Rough for its small size.
I thought it had color to it, I completely agree if it is just a grey but I was not aware there were color morphs to the species?