Re: NANFA-- now in topic q about Ocmulgee shiner Re: "world" gov't off topic

Al G Eaton (
Fri, 22 Jun 2001 15:32:02 -0700 (PDT)

Ocmulgee is a pretty famous collection of Indian
Mounds in Macon, Ga, definitely worth a visit. My
guess is this species is found in central Georgia at


> At 02:10 AM 6/23/01 +0700, you wrote:
> >Ok since I guess you are one of the Piedmont
> Highlander have you seen
> >color-up male Ocmulgee shiner [Cyprinella
> callisema?]? What is he
> >look like?

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