Re: NANFA-- Re: Rosy Red invasion
Tue, 19 Dec 2000 01:26:25 EST

In a message dated 12/18/00 7:53:53 PM Pacific Standard Time, writes:

<< Although fathead minnows are a common and legal baitfish in California,
establishment in the Klamath lakes may have come from the release of animals
used for pollution bioassays rather than from bait buckets.
Chris, I like to see data that at least points in the other direction for a
change. Every time I turn around we aquarists are getting blamed for a lot of
things we don't deserve and for some reason everyone seems willing to just
bow their heads and say "yes, it must have been our fault" Of course
sometimes it is but not always or even most of the time. Eventually we are
going to have to defend our hobby, we might as well start now.


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