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NFC: Re: Lake Rainbow Darters for Sale (fwd)

I would gladly refer to the specified page of my Flier, however, I have yet
to receive it.  When can I expect a reply regarding this.  My previous
posting concerning my lack of publication went unanswered from Robert,
Konrad, Dwight, Josh, etc.  All the people supposedly involved in running
the show ignored this simple request.  I did have one member graciously
offer to fax me a copy of his.  I need my Flier.  As stated previously,
NANFA members in my home town have received unsolicited copies three weeks
ago.  I am a member, and have yet to see mine.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Josh Wiegert <wiegerj at paul_paulsmiths.edu>
To: NFC <NFC at actwin_com>
Date: Wednesday, February 03, 1999 6:00 PM
Subject: NFC: Lake Rainbow Darters for Sale (fwd)

>J. L. Wiegert                                    ICQ UIN: 1918889
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> Dubotchugh yIpummoH.                      bI'IQchugh Yivang!
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>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 19:53:12 -0500 (EST)
>From: Konrad Schmidt <flier at uswest_net>
>To: nfc at actwin_com
>Subject: Lake Rainbow Darters for Sale
>Ray Katula of Genoa, WI successfully spawned rainbow
>darters (Etheostoma caeruleum) from Phalen Lake - Ramsey
>Co., MN) in 1998. Questions remain how and when this species
>got there with no natural outlets.  Ray has previously
>spawned rainbows from other parts of their range and
>reports this lake variety is very different in color
>and behavior than their stream counterparts. Ray has an
>ample supply for anyone interested in acquiring these
>lakers for either research or home aquariums.  Ray can
>be reached on weekends for details at (608)689-2726.
>For more information on this atypical darter, please
>refer to page 5 of the Flier Vol.1 No.2: Research
>Proposal Teasers.