Re: NANFA-- Farthest & Highest
Thu, 11 Mar 2004 10:49:54 EST

In a message dated 3/11/04 10:39:42 AM, writes:

<< What is confusing to some perusing the maps of The Peterson Field Guide to
Freshwater Fishes is that the distribution maps for nine spine sticklebacks
and burbot paint in all of those islands too.

I think every reference says the same thing, that was probably started in Lee
et al. "Atlas of North American freshwater Fishes" about them being the most
northerly species. They are anadromous and also landlocked. I find it hard to
believe they are the only fish when they are landlocked, but if it is so, then
so be it.

Lee Harper
Media, PA
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