For those of you who feel you need an exercise in humility, get into IDing
>From: Mark B <mbinkley_at_earthling.net>
>Subject: RE: NANFA-- Darters and Research Grant Proposals
>Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2000 11:23:29 -0400
>At 6:11 PM -0400 10/6/00, Bruce Stallsmith wrote:
> >Mine is not as intensely colored as the one in the picture, but they do
> >share the three spots on the peduncle with the middle one being heavier.
> >have a feeling that mine is also female. At the very least, I think your
> >picture is one of the Eth. squamiceps complex in the subgenus Catonotus.
> >I'll wait 'til March and find a male in breeding colors, then we'll know
>Not to throw a wrench into the works, but that darter looks like a Percina
>Columbus Ohio USA <))><
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