Re: NANFA-L-- Farmer needs native marine ID help :)

Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Farmer needs native marine ID help :)
From: Bruce Stallsmith (
Date: Wed Jul 28 2004 - 13:23:32 CDT

Yeah, female similis can be surprisingly large. The Key West population is
arguably a different species in some peoples' eyes, partially because of
larger size from what I've seen.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Tennessee River
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>From: "Todd Crail" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Farmer needs native marine ID help :)
>Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 12:33:07 -0400
>Thanks so much guys...
>So I'm going to take a big guess and say these ID's are right as C.
>Bruce, UNID/02 is a big honkin female similis? I guess that's the one I
>caught that all those randy males were chasing around. It didn't seem like
>it in the picture's order tho. It was further down the "stream". Maybe
>just got tired of both her own species males and the biped mammal with the
>big green net and went downstream, only to be harrassed again :)

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