Re: NANFA-- butter cat

Jay DeLong (
Sat, 17 Mar 2001 09:46:13 -0800

Let it be known that on this day I (the "Recipient") relinquish any and all
claims to the previously awarded plant materials (the "Prize") and hereby
absolve myself of any claims to and contractual obligations regarding the
Prize or any other items involving one Ken-in-the-desert (the "Donor"), or
the family or heirs of said Donor. Donor is free to award the Prize to
other recipient of his choice without possibility of legal or other
consequences from Recipient.

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA

>Butter catfish > >On they have 2 fish listed as butter catfish >Schilbe intermedius and Schilbe mystus (also called >grasscutter). They are both in the family Schilbeidae. The give >credit for their pictures to aqualog. Try there for more info or >searching by their scientific names. > >Scott > > > >Ken Wintin wrote: > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Scott D. Goett [] > > Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 5:47 AM > > To: > > Subject: Re: NANFA-- butter cat > > > > I thought I gave the right answer > > [Ken Wintin] > > Scott, > > I haven't seen your answer, which may explain why you have been > ignored. > > What was your answer? If it is close, you get AQUATIC plants. email me > > off list, at, and I'll let you know what is > > available thisSpring. > > > > Ken-In-The-Desert > >

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