Re: NANFA-- A local stream
Tue, 26 Sep 2000 14:15:08 EDT

In a message dated 09/26/2000 1:30:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< I found the usual "family" of sunfish and on the surface a group of what I
thought were Gambusia until I realized that one of them had red streaks on
its flanks. I tried my best to net them, but they were very quick and I
never managed to catch any. I think they were guppies, probably released by
someone into the stream. I am wondering about how these guppies can
overwinter here. >>

There are alot of natives with reddish stripes down the side. I suspect since
they were difficult to net that they probably aren't guppies. Guppies are
poor swimmers.

J.R. <_at_}}}}}}><

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