Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
14957 NewsBrasher, B.2006Snakes alive! Even dead, it's worry.
14962 NewsBrasher, B.2006A case of mistaken identity for vicious fish; Shelby Forest snakehead not THAT snakehead.
14798 ReportCourtenay, W.R., Jr., and D.A. Hensley.1980Survey of introduced non-native fishes. Phase I Report: Introduced exotic fishes in North America: status 1979.
13490 ReportCourtenay, W.R., Jr., and J.D. Williams.2004Snakeheads (Pisces: Channidae): A biological synopsis and risk assessment. Circular 1251.
26212 DatabaseGBIF2013Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Database.
25960 DatabaseHarvard University2013Museum of Comparative Zoology specimen collection. Accessed through GBIF data portal, http://data.gbif.org/datasets/resource/14100
26408 DatabaseLoftus, A.2011Multi State Aquatic Resources Information System (MARIS) Master Database records via Biodiversity Information Serving Our Nation (BISON)
15591 NewsSchroeder, O.2006State appears to have avoided snakefish fear.
13334 NewsThomson, C.2002Crabber nets snakehead in Inner Harbor; no threat to bay.
26395 DatabaseWisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WIDNR)2008Wisconsin Statewide Fisheries Database via MARIS


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/31/2020].

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