Re: NANFA-- Pike native to Ireland?

Todd Crail (
Thu, 4 Dec 2003 16:38:32 -0500

Wouldn't they have gone the way of the snakes in the Pleistocene? Ireland
was _covered_ and I can't see any way that they'd gone back across the North
Sea from any potential harbors in the mainland or England.

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From: "Mark" <>
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Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 2:12 PM
Subject: NANFA-- Pike native to Ireland?

> At 10:16 AM -0600 12/4/03, unclescott wrote:
> >Come to think of it, are Pike native to Ireland?
> I believe northern pike are native to Ireland. At least they are
> native to Europe. I have caught them in France. It's one of very
> few freshwater fishes that are native in North America _and_ Europe.
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