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Re: Rivulus marmoratus
FYI, it is dispersed but widespread in red mangrove flats in southern Dade
County near the FP&L Turkey Point plant, but you would need an eighth inch
seine or block net to find it as it can slip through an ordinary seine. It's
also been found in crab burrows in peat-mud mangrove banks. I think anyone
could catch one or two in a day of hard trying, mostly juveniles, which look
like pretty much nothing at all. They look like ordinary ugly female rivulus.
The orange types are rare and not likely to be seen in Florida.
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