Re: NANFA-- floridae/chrysotus

Mark (
Wed, 12 Feb 2003 10:36:11 -0500

At 9:41 AM -0500 2/12/03, Rose Lawn Museum wrote:
>The ID is actually correct...I was there when that one was pulled out. The
>light is glaring off the body slime, obscuring many of the telltale
>markings. Many of the larger flagfish we caught in that spot had reddish
>lower fins & tails.

I won't believe it until I see a specimen live or dead. That fish
has nothing that resembles J floridae except it's body proportions,
and even those are out of whack: It has
gold flecks like F chrysotus. But, I'm happy either way.

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