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Re: NFC: Fishy Observations

The welaka are fine, however the flagfins I took home
died one at a time for no apparent reason.   They
would look good one day and be gone the next.  Nothing
else in the tank died so I am at somewhat of a loss to
explain it. 

I do have a nice trio Longears from short creek and a
pair of something that looks like a bluntnose minnow,
I havent keyed it out to see what it really is as it
looks different than what we have here.

Stigmaeum would be lovely.  You still at the same
address... next week I look to be shipping several
things out now that the weather seems to have cleared.


--- archimed at netdoor_com wrote:
> On 6 Mar 2001, at 14:33, Al G Eaton wrote:
> > I know a dandy little creek near me Martin that
> has
> > silverjaw minnows and SRBD   would you like
> some???? 
> > If so how many?
> I would love to have 6-8 SRBD.  That fish is
> protected in MS, where 
> we have two disjunct populations.  They are
> available (but rare) and 
> legal in the extreme NE corner of the state (TN
> River drainage) but I 
> have yet to make it there.
> I want to try my luck a couple of more times on the
> Ericymba - 
> next time with a seine.
> What can I get for you?  Those stigmaeum are awfully
> nice... or 
> more flagfins, maybe?  How are the ones you took
> home?
> Prost,
> Martin
> Jackson, MS
> Whenever I see an old lady slip and fall on a wet
> sidewalk,
> my first instinct is to laugh. But then I think,
> what if 
> I was an ant, and she fell on me. Then it wouldn't
> seem
> quite so funny. 

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