I found this fish on a CP website and here is what it said.
Eastern Mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki-6 fish. This is an excellent control for mosquitoes in your carnivorous plant water beds, pools, tanks or trays. They are live-bears like guppies, and are prolific breeders. They are native to the eastern US and are cold hard, surviving eastern winters. Fish should not be introduced into non-native waters. Shipping is best in spring and fall.
Is this true? If so i would like to try it out but first i need to hear from you guys and grirls on if i should try it or not. Google the species then see how to care for it then tell me what you think sounds like a great idea to me but i don't want the fish to die.