Fish Story Magazine
“Botejako”  25
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Fish Story Magazine
“Botejako”  24


Fish Story Magazine
“Botejako”  23


Fish Story Magazine
“Botejako”  22
















   






















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■  A research article was published on control of the invasive largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides (November 15, 2021). NEW!

■  We are going to draw-down ponds for blackbass eradication in Kurihara, Miyagi, Japan (September, 2021).

■  A research article was published on illegal restocking of the blackbass suspected after eradication (June 30, 2021).

■  A short report was published on the world northen-most record of semi-aquatic annual fern Ceratopteris (June 30, 2021).

■  A short review paper was published on restoration of an endangered bitterling Acheilognathus typus after eradication of the blackbass (April 25, 2021).

■  Fish Story Magazine  “Botejako” 25 was issued (March, 2021).

■  A comment paper was published on conservation issues of an endangered bitterling Rhodeus smithii smithii (October 19, 2020).

■  We are going to draw-down a pond for blackbass eradication in Kurihara, Miyagi, Japan (2020).

■  A research article on restoration of an endangered bitterling Acheilognathus melanogaster after eradication of the blackbass was published (August 20, 2020).

■  Proposal for conservation of an endangered loach Parabotia curtus in Kameoka, Kyoto, Japan was issued to the Minister of the Environment, the Commissioner of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, the Governor of Kyoto Prefecture, and the Mayor of Kameoka City (March 26, 2020).

■  Fish Story Magazine  “Botejako” 24 was issued (March, 2020).

■  9th All Japan Bitterling Summit in Kurihara was taken place (November, 2019).

■  We drained a pond in Kurihara, Miyagi, Japan off for eradication of the blackbass (November, 2019).

■  Fish Story Magazine  “Botejako” 23 was issued (March, 2019).

■  8th All Japan Bitterling Summit in Kurihara was taken place (February, 2019).

■  A project toward habitat restoration of an endangered bitterling Acheilognathus typus started thanks to a subsidy from Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund (KNCF) (2018–2020).

■  Office moved from Tokyo to Miyagi (October, 2017).

■  Re-established as a general asssociation (November, 2009).

■  Established as a limited liability association (April, 2003).



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