Re: NANFA-- Species chart

Bruce Stallsmith (
Wed, 21 Feb 2001 08:57:16 -0500

I have a slightly dated freshwater fish diversity map, state by state, that
also includes the number of extinct or endangered taxa. It's from about
1990, so it shows less than 300 species for both Tennessee and Alabama; both
should have about 305 by current count. Give me your physical coordinates
and I'll send you a copy.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL

>From: "Nicholas J. Zarlinga" <>
>To: "''" <nanfa at>
>Subject: NANFA-- Species chart
>Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2001 19:26:18 -0500
>Greeting all, does anyone have any idea of where I can find a map of
>relative species abundances for the US? I am not sure what the term is for
>the map that I am looking for but I just want to see the relative diversity
>throughout the different areas of the country. I have seen maps before for
>coral species around the world which show different colors or shading for
>different numbers of species in a given area. Thanks.
>Nick Zarlinga
>Aquarium Biologist
>Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
>216-661-6500 ex 4485

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