NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Burkhead, N.M., and D.H. Huge. 2003. The Case of the Red Shiner: what happens when a fish goes bad? http://cars.er.usgs.gov/Southeastern_Aquatic_Fauna/Freshwater_Fishes/Shiner_Research/shiner_research.html.
Reference Number: 13763
Type: Web Page
Author: Burkhead, N.M., and D.H. Huge
Date (year): 2003
Title:The Case of the Red Shiner: what happens when a fish goes bad?
Keywords: red shiner, Cyprinella lutrensis, hybrid swarm
Cyprinella lutrensis GA - Etowah River drainage GA - Oostanaula River (NE of Rome) AL - Conasauga River, lower GA - Coosawattee River
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