Re: NANFA-- KY collecting (long)

R. W. Wolff (
Thu, 25 Oct 2001 11:50:43 -0500

Ooops, I misread the range maps in Petersons, maybe I should have my eyes
checked again.

I have been to reelfoot several times. The only killis easily caught are
chrysotus and dispar, and chrysotus are listed. Funny, they are the most
common killi , atleast in that tiny area of the state. I managed to seine
some olivaceous in Indian creek, which is really an impoundment, under
Reelfoot a few years back. I am sure they are in Reelfoot proper as well,
since it was part of the Mississippi at one time. What an awesome lake with
so many species living in one area.


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