Re: NANFA-- new Alabama fish book

Dave Neely (
Mon, 05 Apr 2004 13:49:48 -0500


There were issues with color accuracy on the first run of the plates. The
last I heard the replacement plates have been printed and the book is being
bound. Mid-May is still the projected publication date. I'll check into
getting a copy for the auction.

Speaking of new books, I received a copy of the USGS Courtenay/Williams
snakehead publication today, and it's a first-rate compendium of info on
snakehead biology!! I'll second Jan's recommendation!

I'm also really anxious to get the Mexico book. The sample accounts that I
saw at the DFC meetings looked great, and as it stands now, there's no
single book that provides a good overview of the fauna.

St. Louis, MO

>I ordered my copy months ago (November?), but have been told that
>publication is delayed until May. >Dave, is May still the target date?
>And is there any way of getting a copy donated to the NANFA Convention
>Speaking of delayed books, when's the new AFS names list coming out?
>And the Miller & Norris book on Mexican fishes?
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