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Re: NFC: ZM parasites

To date no-one has identified a species specific
parasite for the ZM, nor has any North American one
showed a particular affinity for it.

My hope has been that the Sturgeons would show an
appreciation for them but I dont know of any studies
yet in this direction. For my personal feeling that
would be the optimum resolution of this mess if they

Most every Eastern State Dept Natural Resources by
whatever name has some kind of study going on re ZM,
and quite a few colleges, to date I havent heard a
peep on any promising control prospects.


--- kidt cordry <kidtt at hotmail_com> wrote:
> >
> >Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2001 03:11:44 -0700 (PDT)
> >From: jake levi <jlevi_us at yahoo_com>
> >Subject: Re: NFC: ZM
> >
> >This is not likely to happen with the ZM, they are
> >extremely efficient filter feeders and about the
> only
> >water that would 'starve' them would be heavily
> laden
> >polluted waters, we cant make heavy metal soup
> again
> >of all the eastern waters. A natural predator is
> the
> >only working solution. The person who comes up with
> it
> >is the hero of the environment for this century.
> >jake
> How about species specific paracites?
> every higher lifeform has at least one.
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