NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Jenkins, Jill. 2013. Eyeball analysis of carp for ploidy determination 2004-2013. U.S. Geological Survey, Lafayette, LA. Created on 03/11/2013.
Reference Number: 25792
Author: Jenkins, Jill.
Date (year): 2013
Title:Eyeball analysis of carp for ploidy determination 2004-2013.
Publisher:U.S. Geological Survey
Publisher Location:Lafayette, LA
Created on: 03/11/2013
Keywords: Mylopharyngodon piceus, black carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella, grass carp, ploidy, diploid, triploid
Ctenopharyngodon idella MN - Lake Zumbro MI - Kalamazoo River, near Saugatuck LA - Mondu Lake LA - Mondu Lake LA - Mondu Lake OH - Sandusky River OH - Sandusky River OH - Mad River NY - Hudson River ONT - Lake Huron, near Sarnia, Ontario, Canada LA - Mondu Lake [oxbox adjacent to Mississippi River] IL - Lake Calumet MI - St. Joseph River LA - False River IL - Lake Calumet IL - Lake Calumet MI - Marrs Lake MI - St Joseph River IL - Lake Calumet MI - Marrs Lake IL - Cal-Sag Channel OH - Sandusky River IL - Cal-Sag Channel OH - Sandusky River IN - Lake County OH - Sandusky River OH - Lake Erie [Sandusky] MI - Lake Erie (Michigan waters) IN - LaPorte County IL - Lake Calumet WI - Mississippi River, Pool 6 near Winona NY - Lake Ontario, in Little Sodus Bay
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