RE: NANFA-- Re: Stoneroller fry found - key for fry/larvae

Bruce Stallsmith (
Tue, 22 May 2001 20:58:18 -0400

>And his first name was "Alice" :-) BTW, this book costs $85-$95
>on bibliofind.
>Jackson, MS
I got carried away at the mention of "Mansueti". They were a husband and
wife team, he being Romeo:

Romeo Mansueti (1923-1963) was a biologist and research professor at the
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and at the University of Maryland. His
papers document his work on various committees and as editor of various
scientific journals, as well as his research on fish migration, bionomics
of fresh water and estuarine fish
populations, and the taxonomy and ecology of fish eggs.

The above quote is from a web page hosted by the University of Maryland
describing his collected papers. After I sent the message to the list I
realized, oh poop I admired the wrong Mansueti! But they've both produced
excellent work... And I made another stupid mistake too, since as we all
know it's really J.R. Shute not C.R. Shute.

With all of that brain blanking, I at least collected more stoneroller YOY

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL

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