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Krumholz, L.A. 1948. Reproduction in the western mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis affinis (Baird & Girard), and its use in mosquito control. Ecological Monographs 18(1):1-43.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1415
Type: Journal Article
Author: Krumholz, L.A.
Date (year): 1948
Article Title:Reproduction in the western mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis affinis (Baird & Girard), and its use in mosquito control.
Journal Name: Ecological Monographs
Volume: 18
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-43
URL:
Keywords: mosquitofish, Gambusia
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Gambusia affinis

    AK - state non-specific
    MS - a rural area of Hinds County
    NM - Mimbres drainage
    NM - Largo Creek, a tributary of the Little Colorado River
    NM - Gila River drainage
    NM - San Francisco drainage
    NM - San Juan drainage
    NM - Zuni drainage
    NM - state non-specific
    NM - Rio Grande
    NM - Rio Grande
    NM - Rio Grande
    NM - Rio Grande
    NM - Rio Grande
    NM - Mimbres drainage
    NM - Largo Creek, a tributary of the Little Colorado River
    NM - Gila River drainage
    NM - San Francisco drainage
    NM - San Juan drainage
    NM - San Juan River in San Juan County
    NM - San Francisco River, Catron County
    NM - San Juan River, entire length
    IL - Winnetka, IL
    IL - Winnetka, IL

Gambusia holbrooki

    NJ - Camden


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