Rock Snot In The Farmington River

George Riccucci, 70, of Torrington, who has been fishing the Farmington River "since I was a kid," fishes a spot in Riverton where didymosphenia geminata, commonly known as rock snot, has been found (foreground) growing on rocks in the river.

( Mark Mirko | mmirko@courant.com / April 18, 2013 )

George Riccucci, 70, of Torrington, who has been fishing the Farmington River "since I was a kid," fishes a spot in Riverton where didymosphenia geminata, commonly known as rock snot, has been found (foreground) growing on rocks in the river.

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