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Re: NFC: Stonerollers

Actually, they're even legal to sell in colorado as long as they're captive 
bred so I'd imagin most states are okay--probably more has to do with 


>From: "nickel55" <nickel55 at worldnet_att.net>
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>Subject: NFC: Stonerollers
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>                                      Since I've had stonerollers in my 
>tank I realize how good they are at eating algae, I would think they would 
>be a good fish to sell in fish stores, for the job of algae clean up. Is it 
>illegal in most states to sell them, or is that most people into tropical 
>fish don't know about them? I'm sure they can stand a wide temperature 
>range, so in most tanks for tropicals they should be ok, and they seem to 
>be very peaceful.
>        Terry
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