Re: NANFA-- NatureServe Watershed Fish Lists On Line

R. W. Wolff (
Wed, 9 Jun 2004 23:54:53 -0500

I would be willing to contribute, but would they be willing to reciprocrate?
I am not looking for rare species, but am intersted in their listing
warmouth all over in watersheds in the northern half of the state, I have
not found one there. Would be interested in where they were found. I know
USGS also lists some northern WI watersheds having warmouth, but their maps
don't have dots either.

The luciae article was great. I had gotten some back in the early 90's.
They did great in hard water with a bit of salt added. I had spawned tons of
them. Huge Rivulus like eggs , good hatch rates. Forget to add salt though
and they were prone to bacterial infections. Which cleared up fast on these
tough little fish once salt was added. Beautiful little killi, reminded me
of dwarf zebrinus.

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