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J. floridae was Re: Algae eating livebearers

>>J. floridae ...  Unfortunately in the Toronto area it's difficult to find healthy fish of this species.  <<

Try subscribing and posting a message on one of the killie lists.  I'm sure you can find a source locally.

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