Re: NANFA-- native fish trivia question

Christopher Scharpf (
Fri, 14 Apr 2000 09:45:15 -0400

>The phrasing of the question is slippery, Chris, but I'll hazard a guess the
>_Rivulus marmoratus_ would answer the description here; you can find it in
>coastal Florida, and also in various cays around the Caribbean where you
>certainly don't find "North American minnows". (Luckily for us the lawyers
>are still tied up with the Microsoft case.)

Cap'n Bruce,

Not sure what you're gettin' at here. Last time I looked Rivulus marmoratus was
not a minnow (i.e., member of Cyprinidae).


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