Re: NANFA-- SRBD south central KY

Mark (
Sun, 4 Nov 2001 23:57:41 -0500


Southern redbellies (SRBD) should have two horizontal stripes. The upper
may be thinner or broken into spots. They also have very fine scales that
are essentially invisible without magnification. This gives them a velvety
appearance. If you can easily find individual scales, they are likely not
SRBD. There is a photo of one of Klaus' fish at You can see on that one, the
upper stripe is broken into dots.

Columbus Ohio USA <))><

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