Re: NANFA-- NANFA 2001 update
Mon, 18 Sep 2000 22:42:53 EDT

In a message dated 9/16/00 11:10:06 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< Dan Rice, Ohio Division of Natural Areas and preserve's zoologist, will
present a talk on Ohio's endangered fishes. He will point out past and
present distribution, as well as a look into what their future holds. Some
fish though to be extripated were found to be surviving in "hold out
populations"... >>

That's cool that they rediscovered fishes thought to be extirpated; I hope
that the same thing is done in my home state of Michigan. I would like to see
paddlefish rediscovered in Michigan (that would seem to be the longest shot
out of them all) or Thymallis tricolor, the grayling species that was native
to my state. I would be interested to find out what differentiated them from
Thymallis arcticus, the arctic grayling. I would like to see the other
species rediscovered as well.

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