Re: NANFA-- RE: T-Shirts

Christopher Scharpf (
Thu, 08 Mar 2001 16:05:50 -0400

>If you want the shirts to advertise our point of view to the general public.
>Then you need to use the common names for the fish. By the way what is
>Lagoehiia lacerum I haven't been able to find it in my books.


That's Lagochila lacera, or Moxostoma lacerum as it's now called, the harelip
sucker. Larry Page showed us one at the Illinois NANFA convention. Of course, it
was in a jar. The poor fish went extinct around 1895 -- the frst North American
fish to become extinct in modern times.

Many more have since joined it.

Chris Scharpf

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