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Wonham, M.J., J.T. Carlton, G.M. Ruiz, and L.D. Smith. 2000. Fish and ships: relating dispersal frequency to success in biological invasions. Marine Biology 136:1111-1121.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13027
Type: Journal Article
Author: Wonham, M.J., J.T. Carlton, G.M. Ruiz, and L.D. Smith
Date (year): 2000
Article Title:Fish and ships: relating dispersal frequency to success in biological invasions.
Journal Name: Marine Biology
Volume: 136
Issue:
Pages: 1111-1121
URL:
Keywords: marine, Cipangopaludina chinensis, mystery snail, apple snail, snail, mollusk,
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Acanthogobius flavimanus

    CA - San Francisco Bay
    CA - Pacific Ocean, waters in the Los Angeles vicinity

Anguilla anguilla

    CA - San Francisco Bay

Cyprinodon variegatus

    WA - state non-specific

Gobionellus oceanicus

    NY - Hudson River (lower)

Hypsoblennius ionthas

    NY - Hudson River

Lucania parva

    CA - Aquatic Park Lagoon in Berkeley, CA
    OR - Yaquina Bay, in a slough off the bay ~2.5 miles from Hatfield Marine Science Center.

Parablennius thysanius

    HI - non-specific marine location

Tridentiger barbatus

    CA - San Francisco Bay

Tridentiger bifasciatus

    CA - San Francisco Bay

Tridentiger trigonocephalus

    CA - San Francisco Bay


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