Re: NANFA-- ichthyology's not that bad... really!

Roselawn Museum (
Tue, 05 Jun 2001 08:30:48 -0400

Hey, there he is! Welcome back, Dave, but you should wait to see if you
survive your dissertation defense before you say that! (-:


At 07:42 PM 6/4/01 -0500, you wrote:
>>...I met a guy by the name of Jim Pitts who was beginning the long
>> >academic road toward a terminal degree in ichthiology.
>I thought the only person that ever died from ichthyology was Copeland
>(hypothermia while collecting in the White River, Indiana during the late
>1880s)... I don't want any part of a degree that kills me... ;)
>On a different note, would anyone out there (Jan, Bruce, JR?) happen to know
>any good refs on larval drift of darters?

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