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    I need hardy fish for my outdoor pond! They need to eat musiquito larvae out of the pond. I have a 30 gallon pond so no koi fish. I don't have a waterfall yet for my pond so they must be able to survive without a filter/or blower thing.(srry I don't know what its called) Please Help!!
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    Gambusia affinis - the mosquito fish. Small, tough, a livebearer. Pond gets below 65, move the fish in house in a tank by themselves, since they are picky toward other fish.

    Dave

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    Thanks alot! Ill try those.
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    What about white cloud mountain minnows? I hear they love it outside and really color up on mosquito larvae.

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