NANFA-- Re: nanfa V1 #1583

Mike Bessert (
Tue, 11 Mar 2003 16:13:51 -0600

Ahhh... so, of course, we must protect the exotics. Isn't there something
wrong with this picture?

Mike Bessert
Univ. of Nebraska - Lincoln

> Rogers Spring is a wierd kinda place that is well worth a visit. The
> spring is nice and warm and you can swim/snorkel it. It has no natives,
> but mollies, gambusia, convicts and more recently Texas cichlids are all
> pretty common. Every time I go there we find some new surprise (the last
> time it was a knifefish and a pleco). It is in a national park
> (recreation area actually, but same regs apply), so you cannot collect any
> fishes, and people will typically hassle you if you do.
> Cheers
> Peter J Unmack
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