Re: NANFA-- Move on to reestablish rare pygmy madtom
Mon, 16 Oct 2000 21:52:36 EDT

This news is so awesome. This coupled with the Miller Lake lamprey's
rediscovery is making the future look brighter for native fishes. It's so
cool to see natives previously thought to be possibly extinct due to the fact
that they weren't seen in almost 20 years suddenly not only be rediscovered
but also bred in hatcheries. This also makes Ted Cavender's prospects for
rediscovering the Scioto madtom more promising. Good work on breeding the
pygmy madtoms J.R.! Thanks for sharing this article with us Jay!

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