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Dispelling myths about invasives

June 1, 2010
Adirondack Daily Enterprise

The latest regional invasive species news chronicled the detection of a new population of didymo, also known as "rocksnot." Now in five rivers in New York, the closest of which is Kayaderosseras Creek with headwaters that lie in the southern Adirondacks, didymo is literally one step away from invading renowned trout streams such as the AuSable. A single-celled alga that blankets riverbeds, didymo is easily spread on the felt soles of waders.

 
 

 

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