Re: NANFA-- new SE fish... uh, actually, an old fish.

Christopher Scharpf (
Thu, 18 Mar 2004 19:55:15 -0400

>> BTW, common name for Notropis (Pteronotropis) stonei is "lowland shiner."

> Isn't this the one with the vivid green sides? Nice fish.

No mention is made of vivid green sides, just the dark blue or bluish black
lateral band in nuptial males. The main difference b/w it and metallicus and
grandipinnis is the size & shape of the dorsal fin.

You boyz in GA and SC have another species on your list!

Chris Scharpf
Pteronotropiless state of Maryland
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