Re: NANFA-- Fishes of Virginia

D. Martin Moore (
Wed, 7 Nov 2001 18:06:01 -0600

On 7 Nov 2001, at 15:16, Roselawn Museum wrote:

Donald Scott was working on a book, but now he's deceased . It
seems that Dr. Freeman is the leading candidate to do the deed,
but because these projects cost a few million $ and require long-
term funding, the people I've talked to are not optimistic about a
book being forthcoming.

NANFA member Richard Bryant, who did the photography for
Fishes of Tennessee, lives in Georgia. I expect he would be
interested in participating.

I would like to see just a checklist of Georgia fishes.

> I don't know, but if they (or anybody else) would agree to do a Fishes of
> Georgia I'd be tickled to help them with the leg work!


Jackson, MS
When I found the skull in the woods, the first thing I did
was call the police. But then I got curious about it. I
picked it up, and started wondering who this person was,
and why he had deer horns.

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