Re: NANFA-L-- So.

Todd D. Crail (tcrail-in-UTNet.UToledo.Edu)
Wed, 26 Apr 2006 10:58:39 -0400

Thanks Casper. Yeap, that's a botchside chub. I also have streamline chubs
in there, probably do some bigeye and gravel chubs if I get someplace before
it warms up too much. Anyway, they've done great with having the heavy
current and all the activity. I had tried Erimystax & Hybopsis before, but
they would freak out and check out. I'm pretty happy about this because
they are such neat fish.

The shiner with the white fin tips are spotfin shiner. They've been excited
about the nest activity as have the redfin shiners. The hornyhead chub has
now filled in the excavation and is building the nest "up". Darters and
suckers are also routing through the material.

So... Everyone seems to know what that's all about :)

The Muddy Maumee Madness, Toledo, OH
It's never too late to have a happy childhood.

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> fun videos todd.
> aol would not do anything w/ them but when i went outside to microsoft
> internet explorer they played fine... tho i could not figure how to save
> how big is that aquarium? a lot of activity within. looks like a blotch
> chub in the mix as well as a shiner w/ white fin tips.
> pretty neat.
> casper
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