RE: NANFA-L-- Pictures of fish from this weekend.

Crail, Todd (tcrail-in-UTNet.UToledo.Edu)
Wed, 14 Jun 2006 12:03:26 -0400


I think this group is too busy looking-in-the fish or new locations to take
time to tally up lists ;) However, it's extremely helpful to write down what
species you see, relative abundances, etc each time you go collecting. I've
had a few instances where I've saved or saved someone else a lot of gas and
time by having locality information.

Heck... I had all this orangethroat darter info, and this certain someone guy
in MN decided to tell me to go to a local university to get some pickin'
sauce, and I ended up in grad school. How's that for what a list can do? :)

Also, I saw you mentioning using the pics in a NANFA archive. I'm planning on
constructing that this winter once I get the masters graduated and can slack
off a bit and just take classes in my pHD this winter/spring. So it would be
great to coordinate with you (and this goes for anyone!) once that gets

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


From: on behalf of Johnson, Daniel (DanJohnson)

Do you guys in the fish world use the term "lifer" like birders and
herpers do?
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