Re: NANFA-- snorkeling with satinfins
Wed, 04 Jul 2001 23:23:10 +0700

Maybe competing with Ayu [the Japanese tasty smelt relative]? Is
stoneroller good to eat? The whole Garra genus of cyprinids [biocover
eater] are among the top dinner choice for anyone living near clear


Bruce Stallsmith wrote:
> No, I'm not going to attempt captive breeding. I have doubts that they would
> be induced to spawn without flowing water and a fairly large tank. And I
> really hope they don't get released in Japan! Some of the mountain streams
> in Japan would probably be ideal habitat for stonerollers and I think they
> would be an unfortunately successful exotic there.
> --Bruce Stallsmith
> Huntsville, AL, US of A

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