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The Barbour’s map turtle, the Big Blue Springs cave crayfish, and the San Felipe gambusia were also left off the list.
Tight to the shoreline, especially in the shallows where water willow and other aquatic vegetation have gained a root-hold, a half-dozen or more species of small fish - gambusia, shiners and minnows - cluster nervously and for good reason.
Keep your ponds mosquito-free by adding some gambusia affinis — the mosquitofish — and throwing in a few mosquito donuts. 6.
Saba gives some of the credit to the inch-long gambusia.
Lake County officials are also deploying larvicides and sprays, as well as gambusia minnows, which eat mosquito larvae, Scott said.
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Origin and Etymology of gambusia
First Known Use: circa 1889See Words from the same year
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