Re: fishheads & boneheads - otolith aging

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Carol B. McCollough, HT(ASCP) of the Fisheries Service in Oxford, Maryland 

>>I have a fisheries biologist who used to do [decalcified sections] thinking 
that this might be an easier method than grinding the otoliths. He wants to 
do this on striped bass (Morone saxatilis).<<

If THAT'S all you guys can think of to do with a striper, then things have 
really gone to hell in Maryland since I lived (and ate fish) there many years 

I don't even want to HEAR about what you do during the shad run!

Is this what Pfiesteria is doing to people's brains up there?

Bob Richmond
landlocked Samurai Pathologist
Knoxville TN

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