Our speaker for the April meeting is Dr Kathryn Hassell who is a fish biologist at the Centre for Aquatic Pollution Identification and Management (CAPIM) at the University of Melbourne. She will be speaking about the Eastern blue spot goby, (Pseudogobius sp.) a small estuarine species which is proving valuable in the area of environmental monitoring and pollution research. She will be talking about the what has been learnt about their early life development and differences in observations between wild caught specimens. It looks to be an interesting talk.