Re: NANFA-- Soque River snorkeling/daily humour

Roselawn Museum (
Tue, 17 Jul 2001 10:58:18 -0400

As long as you're north of Atlanta (and not near the carpet mills), the
water quality is surprisingly good in most of our usual haunts. South of
Atlanta, however, Chattahoochee water is much more suspect. What is really
appalling is the rate of development in No. GA. It can't be good news for
the waterways.

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA
(scales & teeth all over the keyboard)

At 03:09 PM 7/16/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Yeah, you're right, Tony, the Soque would have to be a Chattahoochee
>tributary, which means it's a Gulf tributary. The site Steven is talking
>about is the (not so far?) northwestern 'burbs of the cancer known as
>Atlanta. And Klaus is absolutely right about Cardinal shiners being an
>Ozarks species. OK Steven, ya gotta count scales now and tell us how many
>pharyngeal teeth are present for a better ID!
>--Bruce Stallsmith
>Huntsville, AL, US of A

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