Atlantic tropical fish species

Get More Info Fishes Of The Mid-Atlantic Coast And Chesapeake

Shows 89 fish species from along the Mid-Atlantic Coast of the United States Printed on 80 coated stock using fade-resistant inks Features illustrations by Diane Peebles of St. Petersburg, Florida Framed Museum-quality poster depicts 89 fish species, both common and exotic, found inshore, nearshore, and offshore along the Mid-Atlantic Coast of the United States from Cape Hattaras, North Carolina north to Montauk, New York. Saltwater, brackish, and the most common freshwater species found in the Chesapeake Bay are included. Printed on 80 coated stock using fade-resistant inks and high production values. Illustrations are by artist and aquatic illustrator Diane Peebles of St. Petersburg, Florida. Poster dimensions: 19inch x 27inch. Framed dimensions: 25” x 33”. Manufacturer model FMPMF-145.


Feral animals running amok down there

by Oydman

As early as the 1940s, there was a flock of feral budgies in St. Petersburg. Several other species of parrots also colonize the state. Then there's the cane toads, walking catfish, various snakes, fish... pretty much anything that would look good in someone's aquarium and wound up dumped in the local drainage ditch for whatever reason.
Florida is fairly unique in that there are large parts of the state that are semi-tropical. Species that cannot handle extreme cold do well there. In other parts of the country, many tropical exotics like piranhas die off during winter.

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