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RE: turtle pond

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Posted by: chrysemys at Thu Jan 29 03:09:07 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by chrysemys ]  
   

Anacharis and duckweed will definetely do just fine outside. You can also try any other pond plants that you come across. For fish, any of the ones you mentioned will do just fine. I am sure they will end up breeding. You may want to add a couple larger native fish like bluegill/sunfish to keep down on insects around the pond like misquito larvae, ect.
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