Re: NANFA-- More on convention: F. olivaceus & F. notatus

Bruce Stallsmith (
Sun, 27 Aug 2000 16:12:37 EDT

You're right, BG, I tend to forget to mention euryzonus because I still
haven't seen them. They're the third currently recognized species in the
"notatus complex". I think I read at one point about someone doing karyotype
studies on this group to determine chromosome counts but I forget the
results... I'll have to check my Fundulus refs and see if I've got it

--Bruce "Fundulus what?" Stallsmith

>From: "B.G. Granier" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: NANFA-- More on convention: F. olivaceus & F. notatus
>Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2000 14:35:57 -0500
>Hi all,
>The F. euryzonus will also hybridize with olivaceus/notatus...........some
>work was done on this by Tom Blanchard for his graduate thesis. I don't
>beleive he kept the hybrids to see if they were sterile or capable of
>reproduction however.

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