Re: RE: NANFA-L-- pimephales
Thu, 25 Aug 2005 09:42:34 -0500


Yes, although it has been a few years since I have done much collecting in
the sub-drainages where it is more common.

I have a number of voucher specimens from the mid 1980's catalogued-in-the
University of Kansas Museum of Natural History.

If you are interested in more recent occurrences, I have other data which I
can email you. Please contact me off list if you are interested.

Steve Haslouer
Environmental Scientist III
Bureau of Environmental Field Services
Kansas Department of Health and Environment
1000 SW Jackson St., Suite 430
Topeka, KS 66612-1367

Bus: (785) 296 - 0079
Fax: (785) 291 - 3266


Dave wrote:


Have you actually found P. tenellus in the Neosho R. drainage? This
species appears to be most elusive to me, and I have worked a lot in
the Oklahoma portion of the Neosho R. drainage, mainly in small streams.
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