Re: NANFA-- A lucky day

D. Martin Moore (
Wed, 18 Apr 2001 19:37:36 -0500

On 17 Apr 2001, at 11:39, Christopher Scharpf wrote:

> >I'm out collecting yesterday with my son and a friend of his, and
> >what do I find? A freshwater sole! Yeeha. About 60 miles inshore.
> Cool! Which species? Trinectes maculatus or Achirus lineatus?
> Did you keep it?

Yup, I have it around here...somewhere. Probably not T.
maculatus (that one was in Mettee et al), dunno about the latter.
I'll have to look it up. It has about 7 indistinct spots but no bars.
What was interesting was that the TDS measured at 48ppm - that's
way lower than my tap water!


Jackson, MS

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