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Re: Hybrid sunnies (fwd)
J. L. Wiegert
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Date: Sat, 03 Oct 1998 22:19:10 -0400
From: David E. Boruchowitz <editor at tfh_com>
To: nfc at actwin_com
Subject: Re: Hybrid sunnies (fwd)
>That was one of my reasons for writing! I have wondered the same thing. So
>far I have kept 20 or so Various sunnies and at least two (and I suspect a
>third one will turn out to be) have been hybrid. Granted this is not very
>scientific sample since they were all caught with a 100 yards or each other
>but it is a lot more than 1/1000th.
I guess we'd have to tally collection frequencies as well as numbers, since
it makes sense that a given brood of fry could be largely or totally
hybrids. Something like number of times a hybrid is collected vs number of
times it isn't when sampling a particular species of Lepomis????
David E. Boruchowitz
Editor, TFH Magazine
editor at tfh_com