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Re: Need California native fish (& WATER PLANTS!)
I live in eastern Ventura county. Los Angeles county is to the east and
south, Santa Barbara is to the west.
Being new to fish keeping and ignorant to ways of obtaing fish, I was
wondering if the 1-4" fish I am looking for are something that can be mailed?
In a message dated 98-07-30 01:47:17 EDT, you write:
<< Subj: RE: Need California native fish (& WATER PLANTS!)
Date: 98-07-30 01:47:17 EDT
From: archimedes at master_localink4.com (D. Martin Moore)
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Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 1998 10:35 PM
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Subject: Re: Need California native fish (& WATER PLANTS!)
I picked up the Peterson fish book today at Crown. Many thanks to those on
this mailing list that brought the book to my attention in the last few days.
I will be studying the book in the next week or so, but prior to doing so I
believe that some of the fish I am interested in are California natives from
the Cyprinodontidae, Lucania, Fundulus, Heterandria, and Poecilia genera. Do
you know where I can obtain them?
Try Stolt Sea Farm, Box 99, Herald, CA 95638 (209) 748-5884. Or Aquatic
Resources, 2610 Meier Rd., Sebastopol, CA 95472 (707) 829-1194. (This last
one has sticklebacks and silversides). If you tell me which county you are
in I can see if there are any fisheries near you. List any nearby counties
too. Nobody in CA seems to raise killies. You could be the first! Start
your own business!