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August 31, 2007

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Rock Snot Worries New England Anglers

This aquatic algae is already a problem in southern and western US waters; now it’s turning up in New England rivers, including the Connecticut, White, and Battenkill. Didymosphenia geminata, as it’s officially known, threatens aquatic insect and fish populations. Says one Connecticut River fishing guide: "Growth [of young fish] is slowed at best, and at worst they could starve to death." Check out the full story here.

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