Posted 15 November 2010 - 08:27 PM
Posted 28 February 2012 - 11:13 AM
I discovered an article he wrote back in 1984 for AC titled Okefenokee Revisited.
You can post them here or email me at email@example.com
Posted 24 July 2012 - 09:34 PM
1973 Fall - The Flagfin Minnow, Notropis [Pteronotropis] signipinnis
General description of the flagfin shiner, its habitat and aquarium care.
Forage Fish: an Important Link
Editorial on the problems with game and bait fish stocking.
Short description of the rainwater killifish and an even shorter mention of spawning in an aquarium.
Introduction to North America's Natives
List of North American fish families; general descriptions and some representative species in each.
The Sailfin Minnow, Notropis [Pteronotropis] hypselopterus
Collection, aquarium care and breeding of the sailfin shiner; includes a well-written description of the appearance of the fish.
Descriptions of several populations of the broadstripe shiner.
Collecting and culturing Daphnia.
Account of a collecting trip and an unidentified white-nosed shiner.
By the Bluenose Obsessed
Field observations and breeding observations of the bluenose shiner.
The Flagfin Shiner, Notropis [Pteronotropis] signipinnis
Appearance, habitat and aquarium rearing and breeding of the flagfin shiner.
Collecting in and around the Okefenokee Swamp.
Spawning the Brook Silversides
Brief mention in letter to the editor regarding the spawning of the brook silversides.
By the Bluenose Obsessed
Collecting and rearing the bluenose shiner in aquaria.
Other pursuits prized to be found while collecting fish.
Posted 24 July 2012 - 11:23 PM
Don't give away too much info right yet. Article coming soon. He was VERY prolific.
I did note in my reviews of the articles and various ACs over the years you were mentioned and authored several times.
Write more Mike! Fishy Folks would appreciate it.
What i need is some photos of Dick. I also noted he was the "artist" on several issues of AC... yet i could not know which of the illustrations he had drawn himself... they were not signed. Some were pretty good. Any photos he took would be nice as well.
Posted 27 July 2012 - 03:32 PM
I'd suggest instead Pt. dickstoberi. It's his fish; he found it.
( now if I could only FIND some..)
Edited by Mysteryman, 27 July 2012 - 03:33 PM.
Posted 27 July 2012 - 05:06 PM
Once you read the article you might get a clue as to where to look!
I would like to hear more about the Elgin airforce base encounter. Is that where Pteronotropis eglini started?
Scarlet Notropis is what i have heard.
I still need Dick Stober photos, i only have one of him kneeling and sorting the contents of a dipnet.
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