RE: NANFA-- Milton Trautman article

Jay DeLong (
Sat, 16 Sep 2000 16:34:33 -0700

Rob, to get the book, go to and search for the
title "Ohio's Natural Heritage". You'll see some used ones you can order.
I promise you won't be disappointed in the book.

I don't know when Trautman died. When I was at OSU in 1987 or so, that was
the first year Trautman couldn't go on Ichthyology field trips because of
failing health. Trautman was the one who discovered and had the Scioto
madtom Noturus trautmani named after him. Read about that fish (and see a
photo of it) at:

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA

> -----Original Message----- > From: On Behalf > Of Robert Carillio > Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2000 3:13 PM > To: > Subject: Re: NANFA-- Milton Trautman article > > > Jay, the Trautman article was real nice... When did he die? Was > it sometime > around 1990 0r 91? He was a one of a kind person. I'll bet he witnessed > some pretty neat stuff in the streams!

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