Hi, folks! Long time no see! Finally got my camera(s) wet and found some nifty fishes to shot, but I can't quite pin down the species. They're in situ (dunked my phone into the creek), no specimen tank, and the current kept messing with my touch screen controls, causing random changes in the zoom level.
The location is a small semi-urban creek in northern Anderson, in the Upper Savannah watershed. I can get more specific if it's helpful. Not sure if I should give away the location, but it's north of Homeland Park and south of Northlake.
And some still-frames if they help at all:
Clearly, some of them have red on the pectoral, pelvic, anal, and dorsal fins. There seems to be some slight red on the tip of the snout but I haven't been able to tell if that's real or just an artefact of the video compression. I'm leaning towards N. lutipinnis? If so they're not in breeding colors yet. They were also on the small side, maybe two inches long. I keep a tape measure in my pocket for casual herping but this time I didn't want to spook the fish any more than they already were. It was surprising that they stayed as out in the open as this, to be honest.
Came back to the spot later and got more footage with an Olympus TG5, but the imagery came out a bit sharper and with better color from my phone. Also this clip is shorter to spare y'all the bandwidth. I might see if the TG5 footage is worth posting in the Photo/Video forum...