Re: NANFA-- Turnabout?
Tue, 15 Jun 2004 12:31:57 EDT

In a message dated 6/15/04 8:56:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

> Speaking of Gambusia, I have a tank full of females that I wanted to
> get rid of. So I saved some sculpins from my last collection and
> dropped them in the tank. These sculpins were maybe 3.5 inches long.
> I checked on them a few days later and the sculpins seemed fine.
> Then about two weeks later, figuring the sculpins had been well fed
> with all the Gambusia, I checked on them again. The only thing in
> the tank was about the same number of Gambusia I started with and
> several neatly cleaned sculpin skeletons scattered across the bottom!
I've had them do redfin pickerels like that too and redfin are gambusias main
predator around here.

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