Re: NANFA-- heat-tolerant sculpins

Mark (
Fri, 27 Jul 2001 12:14:31 -0400

At 10:39 AM -0400 7/27/01, Roselawn Museum wrote:
>the warmer rooms, the tank temps would often go as high as 75. The sculpins
>were sluggish, and darters began to die. In the cooler rooms, the tank
>temps stayed around 65. The sculpins fed well, and the darters continued to
>dart. Accidental science, if you will.

Did you see a difference in life spans between the sculpins in the warm
rooms and the sculpins in the cooler rooms?

Columbus Ohio USA <))><

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