Re: NANFA-- South Carolina Sailfins

Harry Knaub (
Fri, 08 Feb 2002 07:48:22 -0500

Doug Dame wrote:

> And they're even as common as Gambusia in some of the little streams that run right though downtown Gainesville (even in places where the natural stream has been made into a concrete chute). They're in the Sante Fe River. They're in the pristine Itchnetucknee River, 3 miles from the headspring. They're .... well, everywhere ( I want to be !)

Several years ago we visited San Antonio, TX and I remember that saifins were everywhere, at the downtown riverwalk, at a stream outside of the Japanese Gardens, and in the stream that flowed through the zoo.

Harry Knaub

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