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Re: NFC-Breeders: Re: NFC: Breeder's Club


By all means contact me next time you come down and we can go out. Fundulus
chrysotus is prevalent on the east coast where I live and is readily

About what times of the year do you drop in?

Chris Guppenberger
Mad Biologist
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Cumming" <jcumming at pangea_ca>
To: <nfc at actwin_com>
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2001 12:37 AM
Subject: Re: NFC-Breeders: Re: NFC: Breeder's Club

> Rob and Chris,
> I've been on the lookout for F. chrysotus for quite some time now. I've
> caught most everything in the way of killies and sunfish in the Florida
> Panhandle except "chysotus". I would be interested in breeding and
> distributing both the regular and melanistic forms. Perhaps we could set
> something up in the near future. I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
> but get down to Florida once or twice a year.I'm presently breeding
> Dollars, Northern Longears and F. aureoguttatus and would certainly like
> to become a a part of the NFC Breeder's Club program.
> Jim Cumming