Re: NANFA-- brook stickleback?

R. W. Wolff (
Sat, 23 Sep 2000 10:04:37 -0700

To see the relationship of sticklebacks to seahorses and pipefish, check out
the trumpet fish. The trumpet fish is like a big salt water stickleback.
The audobon feild guide to North American fish and whales has good pictures
of all these fish, and at the time of publication they were in the same
group ( dont know if it was order, family or whatever though, havent read it
in a while.). As for mysiad shrimp, I could be wrong, but the gammerus is
the freshwater mysiad shrimp?

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