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Re: Fundulus Natotus
With Fundulus notatus, the males have a solid, smooth-edged black line along
the side, and the females have an irregular black line that looks more like
a group of blotches connected by a thinner black line. Fully adult females
are also more round and full-bodied. The same sex pattern is also true for
the closely related F. olivaceus.
Hopefully your notatus are willing to take flake food. If you also give them
small or chopped earthworms, or frozen brine shrimp, you'll probably have
some very active, robust fish.
Huntsville, AL, US of A
>Date: Mon, 05 Aug 2002 16:36:15 -0700
>From: susanne cole <scole at core_com>
>Subject: Fundulus Natotus
>I collected some F. natotus recently and was wondering how you tell the
>difference between the males and females.
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