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Topic - Reuben Goforth
Asian carp are reproducing in more places and under more varied conditions than experts had believed they could, yet another reason to worry about the greedy invader's potential to infest waterways and crowd out native species, scientists said Tuesday.
"What's particularly interesting to me is that they're showing more flexibility here than in their native range," Goforth said.
Further research is needed to determine whether eggs laid in more remote stretches of the river are surviving to adulthood, he said.