Not sure if anyone's interested but I figured this would be a good place to document my attempt at this. I have made myself a goal to photograph all of the species of Nothonotus in-situ before the year is up. Not the easiest but fortunately my home in Chattanooga puts me within three hours of every species except juliae, moorei, and rubrum. As of right now I've only gotten 2 species (rufilineatus and jordani) out of a total of 21. Tomorrow I will (hopefully) be heading to the Tellico and Citico creek to add chlorobranchium and vulneratus to the list. If anyone knows a spot in the Hiwassee river where I can stop and find camurum relatively easy it would be greatly appreciated.
Small redline male from the Wilkerson branch of Wolftever creek just a few minutes from home. Not the greatest picture but I hope to be able to snag some better ones in clearer waters tomorrow.
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My second species is the greenbreast darter from the famous Conasauga river snorkel hole a few weeks ago. Had a great time meeting up with Derek Wheaton and Andrew Zimmerman and saw a few lifers.
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