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Quinn, Stephen P. 1988. Investigations into the biology and potential fishery for the Flathead Catfish (Pylodictic olivaris) in the lower Flint River. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Game and Fish Division, Atlanta, GA.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 16346
Type: Report
Author: Quinn, Stephen P.
Date (year): 1988
Report TitleInvestigations into the biology and potential fishery for the Flathead Catfish (Pylodictic olivaris) in the lower Flint River.
Publisher:Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Game and Fish Division, Atlanta, GA.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 46
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Keywords: Pylodictis olivaris, Flathead Catfish, Flint River, Georgia
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pylodictis olivaris

    GA - Lower Flint River, between Albany Dam (Lake Worth) and Newton, Georgia
    GA - Lower Flint River, between Albany Dam (Lake Worth) and Newton, Georgia
    GA - Lower Flint River, between Albany Dam (Lake Worth) and Newton, Georgia
    GA - Lower Flint River, between Albany Dam (Lake Worth) and Newton, Georgia
    GA - Lower Flint River, between Albany Dam (Lake Worth) and Newton, Georgia
    GA - Lower Flint River, between Albany Dam (Lake Worth) and Newton, Georgia
    GA - Lower Flint River, between Albany Dam (Lake Worth) and Newton, Georgia


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