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Bernstein, N.P., and J.R. Olson. 2001. Ecological problems with Iowa's invasive and introduced fishes. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science 108(4):185-209.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 14011
Type: Journal Article
Author: Bernstein, N.P., and J.R. Olson
Date (year): 2001
Article Title:Ecological problems with Iowa's invasive and introduced fishes.
Journal Name: Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science
Volume: 108
Issue: 4
Pages: 185-209
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Keywords: invasive, Iowa, introduced, carp, bass, perch, ruffe, goby, shad, rudd
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus catus

    IA - Mississippi River (R.M. 462.5) at Fairport (Pool 16)

Dorosoma petenense

    IA - Missouri River

Gambusia affinis

    IA - lower Iowa River

Lepisosteus oculatus

    IA - Mississippi River Pool 13

Micropterus punctulatus

    IA - Iowa River

Morone americana

    IA - Missouri River

Noturus nocturnus

    IA - English River
    IA - Mississippi River (R.M. 556.7) at Lock and Dam #12 at Bellevue, IA

Sander canadensis x vitreus

    IA - Lake Icaria
    IA - Twelvemile Lake


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