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"Jeff Fullerton" <tcmajorr at westol_com>: NANFA-- Taillight Shiners

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From: "Jeff Fullerton" <tcmajorr at westol_com>
To: <nanfa at aquaria_net>
Subject: NANFA-- Taillight Shiners
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 1998 21:04:39 -0500
Message-ID: <199801120205.VAA03878 at oak_westol.com>

Dear Native Fish Enthusiasts
Has anyone out there ever had any experience with the Taillight Shiner -
Notropis maculatus ? According to McClane's Field Guide to Freshwater
Fishes - this fish is described as "the most common shiner in the natural
lakes of Florida". Well I've searched all over the place in both lakes
the blackwater streams that are also reputed to be the habitat of this
and still come up empty. 
Any advice on catching and keeping/breeding this fish will be appreciated

Jeff From PA
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