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Mosquito Fish not affected by West Nile Virus?

> Hi, Dorene (and Everyone),
> In response to your e-mail to John 
> 	I've also heard that one can stock a water barrel with mosquito fish
> 	(Gambusia?) because they don't need a lot of oxygen.  (Personally, I
> really like this option for you because when I get my pond installed in
> my backyard, you can give me some extra fish! ;-))
> 			Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator
> 			St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community
> Garden
> I have a question.   I might be going out on a limb of sounding incredibly
> naive, but...  How does the mosquito fish( Gambusia) keep from getting the
> West Nile Virus?  Does it just not affect them?
> Just a little confused,
> stephanie

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