Re: NANFA-- RE: nanfa V1 #1176

Bruce Stallsmith (
Sun, 10 Feb 2002 16:28:03 -0500

In southern AL, an interesting trip would be to the Fort Morgan peninsula on
the southeastern corner of Mobile Bay. You can find both Fundulus chrysotus
and F. rubrifrons there in fresh water environments, both being pretty fish.
There are permanent ponds behind the dune system in the Fort Morgan
peninsula that often contain both species. A little north of there, in
central Baldwin County, are also found F. escambiae and F. notti in swampy
waters. Once in that region, there's a ferry across the mouth of Mobile Bay
to Dauphin Island from which it's not so far north to pick up I-10 one way
or another.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>* Orlando vicinity
>* Orland to the Alabama border
>* Southern Alabama
>* Southern Mississippi
>* Southern Lousiana
>My current plans are to travel both directions onf I-10, but that's subject
>to change depending on what information I'm able
>to accumulate before my departure on or about 25 February.
>Bob Sinclair
>Santa Barbara CA

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