RE: NANFA-- Goby Barrier

Brian Haas (
Thu, 14 Jun 2001 15:52:54 -0500

At 10:46 AM 6/14/01 -0500, Jan wrote:
>[Personal and un-scientific observation - I still have several of those
>round gobies left from our research. They live in a large fiberglass tank,
>are quite tame, and are used frequently for educational purposes. They eat
>trout chow, shrimp chunks, bloodworms, almost anything. Life, after their
>brief career as professional swimmers, has been good.]

I've always thought that had they not been a menace to our native waters,
they would have been a great aquarium species. By the numerous articles on
them, they seem to have interesting enough traits.

Travis Haas
Hazel Green, WI

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