Re: NANFA-- Regarding Campostoma
Mon, 10 Jan 2000 15:51:29 EST

In a message dated 1/6/00 3:17:17 PM, writes:

<< I acquired my first and only sucker recently, a white
sucker, and even though it has a ventral mouth and I have only seen him rise
as high as the middle of the water column I think he has the potential to
jump out like the longnose dace,which loosely resembled it and hasimilar
habits. >>

I second this thought. I had a golden redhorse (4") jump _at_ a crack in the
tank cover an become wedged there. I found him after two days of searching
in and around the tank for the "missing" fish.
Dave Hough
Point of Rocks, MD

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