Re: NANFA-- longnose sucker ref

Christopher Scharpf (
Tue, 26 Aug 2003 20:24:47 -0400

Good golly, Jay. I completely overlooked burbot. Looking at range maps, it
looks like you're right. Thanks!

Anyhow, I just put the question to Tim M. Berra, author of *Freshwater Fish


> From: Jay DeLong <>
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> Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 12:45:50 -0700
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> Subject: Re: NANFA-- longnose sucker ref
>> Yes, the species that has dispersed over the widest piece of real estate on
>> the continent.
>> I think it's the longnose sucker, although the northern pike comes close.
>> (The white sucker and longnose dace are also up there.)
> Do you mean dispersed "naturally"? How about the burbot?
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