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Franzin, W.G., B.A. Barton, R.A. Remnant, D.B. Wain, and S.J. Pagel. 1994. Range extension, present and potential distribution, and possible effects of rainbow smelt in Hudson Bay drainage waters of Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba, and Minnesota. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 14:65-76.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1450
Type: Journal Article
Author: Franzin, W.G., B.A. Barton, R.A. Remnant, D.B. Wain, and S.J. Pagel
Date (year): 1994
Article Title:Range extension, present and potential distribution, and possible effects of rainbow smelt in Hudson Bay drainage waters of Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba, and Minnesota.
Journal Name: North American Journal of Fisheries Management
Volume: 14
Issue:
Pages: 65-76
URL:
Keywords: rainbow smelt, Osmerus mordax, Minnesota, Canada
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Osmerus mordax

    ONT - Pakwash Lake
    ONT - Red Lake
    ONT - Gullrock Lake
    ONT - Keg Lake
    ONT - Two Island Lake
    ONT - Tide Lake
    ONT - Indian Lake
    ONT - Favel Lake
    ONT - Lake Abram
    ONT - Sandybeach Lake
    ONT - Two Island Lake
    ONT - Gullrock Lake
    MN - Hanson Lake
    MN - Burnside Lake, near Ely
    MN - Little Long Lake [~3 mi N of Ely, MN]
    MN - Eagles Nest Lake #1
    MN - Eagles Nest Lake #2
    MN - Saganaga Lake
    MN - Lac La Croix
    ONT - Lake Namakan
    ONT - Rainy Lake


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