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February 22, 2014
Walt was my undergraduate professor and adviser at FAU in the 1970s, a mentor and valued colleague from then on. He shared his enthusiasm and his encyclopedic knowledge of fishes generously and unflaggingly, and was a pioneer in the study of (and crusade against) invasive species. He was always cheerful, entertaining, and a pleasure to be around. Walter Courtenay was an outstanding example of a lifetime teacher, scientist, and conservationist.
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