On Thu, 28 Sep 1995, Robert Burnett wrote:
> I believe you will find the fish are actually called Grunnions.
> >Well, you see, a trunnion is either a pin upon which something rotates, or
> >a fish. It depends. At certain times of the year, Californians gather on
> >the beach at night, at high tide, carrying sacks, hell bent on capturing
> >little fish called trunnions.
Whatever gave you that idea? Grunnions are the pins at the outer end of
the A arm.
Ray Gibbons Dept. of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics
Univ. of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT
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