|jiggityboom ||11-23-2009 04:35 PM |
algae and the mosquito minnow
hi, i have a tank that i have placed next to a window that has had a recent outburst in algae. i am currently researching what kind of algae it is. i read somewhere online that mosquito fish eat algae, is this true? IF so, i currently am housing these minnows in this tank which would mean that i wouldn't necessarily need to feed them anymore because the excess food would only lead to more algae growth? also, I was wondering how to exactly tell when a minnow is pregnant? and ive heard that stress can cause a minnow to miss carry so what would be the best technique in removing a pregnant female and placing it in a breeding tank?
|Oldman47 ||11-25-2009 11:18 AM |
Do you know what kind of mosquito minnow you are talking about? There are lots of different fish called mosquito fish.
|jiggityboom ||11-30-2009 05:46 PM |
they are gambusia affinis
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