Re: NANFA-L-- Wabash River study

Jeremy Tiemann (
Thu, 23 Mar 2006 07:17:28 -0600

The Wabash historically had over 75 mussel species (several of these
are completely extinct or extirpated from the river).

>Its a big river trib to the Ohio it does did have great diversity,
>the same goes for mussels as well. There might be a mussel report,
>with yours truely as a co author coming out from IDNR on the Wabash
>Bill Flowers <> wrote: I came across this
>webpage about a survey that Indiana DNR did on the
>Wabash. Thought some of you might like to see the results. I didn't realize
>how many fish are in the river. Like to see how many I could find this year.

Please note the Survey's new mailing address...

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