Re: NANFA-- 2 new "Inland Fishes" books

Roselawn Museum (
Wed, 13 Feb 2002 14:29:48 -0500

What helps me more than anything are the overlay maps of the waterways.
When I can see the connection between a fish and a river system, the range
makes a lot more sense. I'm a fan of any project that shares this sort of

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 08:29 AM 2/13/02 -0600, you wrote:
>I think this is a wonderful idea. Anyone else interested? I think the
>first step should be to define exactly what we want this to be. Just state
>lists and/or distribution maps? Any life history info? The Lee et al.
>atlas and the Peterson guide already fill valuable niches, and if we pursue
>this we should be sure we are covering new ground and not reinventing the
>At 05:07 PM 2/8/02, you wrote:
>>It would be fun do to a collaberative project across the list. Have
>>different people put together info from their area, and then compile to book
>>/ PDF format.

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