Re: NANFA-- Tim Berra & extreme collecting

Mark (
Mon, 1 Sep 2003 21:32:06 -0400

At 9:29 PM -0400 8/27/03, Bruce Stallsmith wrote:
>Yeah, I saw Berra's featured talk at last year's ASIH meeting. His
>slides of his work are hugely interesting. Everything Chris says
>below is true, and also the rivers there have the clarity of
>chocolate milk. That's an interesting question of nurseryfish
>biology, how do they find each other in opaque water so that the
>males wind up with "hats" of egg masses on their heads?

Wow, I'd like to see that. I did some searching and found a photo of
the nursery fish. Now that I see it, it looks familiar for some
reason. Is Berra in Mansfield? I need to look him up.

Here's the site:

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