Re: NANFA-- species flocks

Dave Neely (
Thu, 30 Sep 1999 08:26:23 CDT


>How many species does it take to form a species flock? Does it have >to be

The Bear Lake flock (Idaho/Utah) is only three species. That's on the low
end of things that get called "flocks," although there's cases of
polymorphic charr populations that get called flocks, too.


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