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February 12, 2008

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Disease-Resistant Rainbows Reproduce Naturally

From The Coloradoan:
For the first time since whirling disease decimated most naturally reproducing rainbow trout populations throughout Colorado more than a decade ago, new strains of rainbows have reproduced naturally in the Gunnison River and in ponds located along the Frying Pan River near Basalt. . . .

“No other state has conducted more research into identifying real solutions to the whirling disease problem,’’ said Mark Jones, the DOW’s aquatic research leader. “We could tell this was a good thing from the start.’’

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