Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Callichthys callichthys listed in key words.

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14798 Report Courtenay, W.R., Jr., and D.A. Hensley. 1980. Survey of introduced non-native fishes. Phase I Report: Introduced exotic fishes in North America: status 1979. Submitted to National Fishery Research Laboratory, USFWS, Gainesville, FL.
24439 News Courtenay, W.R., Jr., and V.E. Ogilvie. 1971. Species pollution: introduced animals and the balance of nature. New York Zoological Society. 74 (2):22-28.
10 Book Chapter Courtenay, W.R., Jr., D.A. Hensley, J.N. Taylor, and J.A. McCann. 1984. Distribution of exotic fishes in the continental United States. Pages 41-77 in Courtenay, W.R., Jr., and J.R. Stauffer, Jr, eds. Distribution, biology, and management of exotic fishes. John Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, MD.
32089 Journal Article Mol, J.H. 1994. Effects of salinity on distribution, growth and survival of three neotropical armoured catfishes (Siluriformes—Callichthyidae). Journal of Fish Biology 44(5):763-776.
32088 Journal Article Mol, J.H. 1995. Ontogenetic diet shifts and diet overlap among three closely related neotropical armoured catfishes. Journal of Fish Biology 47(5):788-807.


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