Reference List

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

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20883 Database Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia. 2011. Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia - Ichthyology Collection. Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia. http://clade.ansp.org/ichthyology/collections/fish.php.
24473 Database Anonymous. 2012. Collection records of Fundulus heteroclitus in Pennsylvania. Downloaded from FishNet2 on 18 April 2012. http://www.fishnet2.net/.
20827 Database Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates. 2011. Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates - Ichthyology Collection. Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates. http://www.fishnet2.net/.
24472 Journal Article Denoncourt, R.F., J.C. Fisher, and K.M. Rapp. 1978. A freshwater population of the mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, from the Susquehanna River drainage in Pennsylvania. Estuaries and Coasts 1(4):269-272.
294 Journal Article Denoncourt, R.F., T.B. Robbins, and R. Hesser. 1975. Recent introductions and reintroductions to the Pennsylvania fish fauna of the Susquehanna River drainage above Conowingo Dam. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 49:57-58.
26701 Journal Article Muller, B. 2014. Mummichogs establish beachead in Michigan. American Currents 39(1):2-4.
456 Thesis or Dissertation Raney, E.C. 1938. The distribution of the fishes of the Ohio drainage basin of western Pennsylvania. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
106 Book Scarola, J.F. 1973. Freshwater fishes of New Hampshire. New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, Division of Inland and Marine Fisheries.
2 Book Trautman, M.B. 1981. The fishes of Ohio. Ohio State University Press, Columbus, OH.



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