Jordanella floridae


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Offering Jordanella floridae (Florida Flagfish).

Endemic to peninsular Florida in the United States, south of the Ochlockonee and St. Johns river basins and does not occur in Mexico. Type locality is ‘Lake Monroe, Florida, U.S.A.’, one of numerous lakes within the St. Johns drainage. Chiefly a micropredator feeding on small aquatic crustaceans, worms, insect larvae and other zooplankton although algae and other plant material is taken as well. In the aquarium dried foods are accepted in most cases but regular meals of small live or frozen fare such as Artemia, Daphnia or bloodworm should also be offered.

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