Re: NANFA-L-- Re: NC natives online

J. C. (
Wed, 8 Mar 2006 16:02:24 -0800 (PST)

Quote for a web page I found:"The Waccamaw killifish
was also recently found in Lake Phelps in Washington
and Tyrrell counties in northeastern North Carolina"

I would be interested to know has anyone breed these
killies in captivity? If so are they much different
than the plains killie? I would be interested in
getting some of these myself if so.

Later, John

--- Patrick Rose <> wrote:

> Does anyone know what the restrictions are for
> catching wild fish that are
> on the special concern list versus the endangered
> list. Can I catch them
> without getting in trouble for having them. If not
> then who would I be able
> to get a permit to catch them from.
> My first focus will be the Lake Phelps killifish,
> then maybe the others but
> that will come in time and money.

John Cox of Cumberland Killifish
Honey Robber beekeeping and removal services

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