Doug Ebeling (
Mon, 16 May 2005 09:20:40 -0500

>>Bob Bock wrote: Doug, what kind of native killies will be available on the


We should be able to find some Cyprinodon variegatus. On previous trips we
have gotten Fundulus grandis and F. pulvereus. While scouting the other day
I found one F. jenkinsii, which I hope to add to during our trip. With
trips to other areas around Houston, we can get F. notatus and F. chrysotus.

Are you interested in attending?

On another note, while scouting I found a couple 6" long nose gars. I seem
to recall somebody on this list wanting these, if so let me know and I'll
send them to you.

Best Regards,
Doug Ebeling
Spring, Texas
Cypress Creek, San Jacinto River
> [Original Message]
> From: Doug Ebeling <>
> To: <>
> Date: 5/15/2005 1:37:26 PM
> Subject: NANFA-L-- TAKO Houston group collecting trip
> Texas Area Killifish Org. (TAKO) Houston group is having a collecting trip
> (the May meeting) on Sunday May 22nd-in-9am. We are inviting any
> NANFA members to join with us. It will be a fun trip, plus we can use
> help to ID any non-Killies we find.
> We will be meeting-in-the Diamond Shamrock-in-Hwy 288 & Hwy 6 (South of
> Houston Texas)-in-9 am. There is a Subway in the station that serves
> breakfast. Meet-in-the picnic tables by the Subway or inside if the
weather is nasty. ...snip...
Best Regards,
Doug Ebeling
TAKO President
mobile (713) 725-9851

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