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Re: NFC: establish a breeding colony

Hi Mark
one I am considering is Lepomis paltastes, the
NYS is one of the few states where they are
We also have a couple of darters that are threatened
or extirpated, and one sunfish down in the southeast
that is believed extirpated. And not doing real great
in NJ, the mud sunfish. And of course the ever
favorite, the Lake Sturgeon. On them I am also
wondering if they would be an effective predator on
the juvenile zebra mussel. Much to consider. I may
well be driving on down to see you.
--- Mark <mbinkley at columbus_rr.com> wrote:
> At 3:44 AM -0800 11/26/01, jake levi wrote:
> >This thread has been a good one, I am going to be
> >doing some serious consideration on picking a
> species
> >and to concentrate on it .I live in NYS so that
> will
> >mean a NY species, to establish a breeding colony
> of.
> >It would be great if every member would commit to
> just
> >one species of their home state to maintain a
> breeding
> >colony of.
> Interestingly, it would probably be easier to choose
> an imperilled species
> from another state that is not listed in your home
> state.  That will
> relieve you of permitting, etc in most instances. 
> Just don't take your
> brood stock from a state where they are protected!
> Mark
> Columbus Ohio USA            <))><
> mbinkley at columbus_rr.com

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