Re: NANFA-- Carillio in the news

Christopher Scharpf (
Mon, 27 Aug 2001 18:47:07 -0400

Both of these are captions, which are usually written last-minute by an
editor and not the author of the article.

I can't decypher the first caption, but I'm sure the second caption is
supposed to mean that in addition to their value as stream health
indicators, rainbow darters are also valued by native fish collectors.


> From: "Jay DeLong" <>
> Reply-To:
> Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2001 14:56:56 -0700
> To: <>
> Subject: RE: NANFA-- Carillio in the news
>> This page can be found on the Dispatch web site at:
> What do they mean by this?:
> "Knowing darters are doing well in central Ohio streams pleases ecologist
> Mark Allen Dilley, but he still wants to keep secret the whereabouts of the
> tiny fish."
> and this:
> "The rainbow darter is a sign of a stream's good health, but the colorful
> fish attract collectors, too."

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