Re: NANFA-- NAS fish species listings

Bruce Stallsmith (
Thu, 16 Dec 1999 00:36:39 EST

Fundulus notatus and F. diaphanus should both be found in Michigan, notatus
in only the southern strip of the lower peninsula. The squid I find hard to
believe... finding cephalopods even in brackish water is unusual.

--Bruce Stallsmith

>Where are you located in Michigan? I am near Paris (about an hour north of
>Rapids). I don't know about the green sunfish but I have seen what appear
>to be
>banded killiefish and heard about blackstripe topminnows being here in
>In the case of both killiefish, they were found down state, south of Grand
>Rapids. I was at the NANFA conference and caught some blackstripes in the
>Vermillion and the other (I forget the name of the second) collecting site.
> I
>plan to start looking in Michigan for blackstripes now that I know what
>they look
>like, know how to catch them and have some ideas about the kind of setting
>to find

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