Re: NANFA-- RE: The new baby Wolfe

Bruce Stallsmith (
Mon, 19 Feb 2001 09:35:39 -0500

And congrats Steven, you received that berserk storm after we had it in
northern Alabama. I hope you at least got rain with it... Streams here are
still at high-water stage, which in some ways makes it easier to collect
fish because many disperse to shallow flood plains. I hope to do a local
trip Wednesday afternoon to Mountain Fork of the Flint River, see if I can
find darters in breeding coloration yet. I have a male black darter (Eth.
duryi) who is very vivid now; I'm hoping for local rainbow darters, esp.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Cyprinodont Research Institute
Huntsville, AL

>Congratulations Ray & Della. Also, please welcome my newest grand daughter
>born Friday night in the midst of a thunderstorm. Her name is Brianna
>Celeste McCarthy, 7lbs 2oz.
>Steven A. Ellis
>Kennesaw, GA

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