Re: NANFA-- Paint Rock pictorial

Roselawn Museum (
Thu, 31 May 2001 08:16:53 -0400

Hi Mark

It's quite possible...I just took the shots while Casper & Nick held up the
bag. I realized later, as I uploaded the photos, that I should have written
down the species names on hard copy as I shot. As I said, each time out is
an education. We did catch both kinds. I regretted not taking pictures of
the mountain shiners. Their blue heads are a sight to behold. With a little
help from my friends I'll do better next time. Ill take just about any
excuse to get back into the water!

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 05:31 PM 5/30/01 -0400, you wrote:
>It's hard to tell, but that greenside darter might be E jessiae/stigmaeum,
>which ever is in that area. Were the bands more of a blueish color and
>kind of metallic/irridescent?
>Columbus Ohio USA <))><

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