Plains killifish outdoors year round in sw france?
Posted 19 August 2019 - 12:43 PM
I was able to get a strain of fundulus zebrinus from pease river in copper breaks state park in Texas. I live in the south west of France and i was wondering wether i could keep them outdoors especially during winter. The temperatures may drop below 23°F for a few days in january and february sometimes less. The container is about 200 liters buried in the ground so it wont freeze down to the bottom.
Posted 19 August 2019 - 03:29 PM
I would say yes. There are introduced populations in Montana and a few other northern states. If you are concerned, a stock tank heater will keep the water from freezing at all. It would likely be fine without.
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