NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Bronte, C.R., M.P. Ebener, D.R. Schreiner, D.S. DeVault, M.M. Petzold, D.A. Jensen, C. Richards, and S.J. Lorenzo. 2003. Fish community change in Lake Superior, 1970-2000. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences(60):1552-1574.
Reference Number: 16431
Type: Journal Article
Author: Bronte, C.R., M.P. Ebener, D.R. Schreiner, D.S. DeVault, M.M. Petzold, D.A. Jensen, C. Richards, and S.J. Lorenzo
Date (year): 2003
Article Title:Fish community change in Lake Superior, 1970-2000.
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Keywords: Sphaeromyxa sevastopoli, mixosporidian, Lake Superior, Renibacteria, BKD
Anguilla rostrata WI - Brule River
Apeltes quadracus ONT - Thunder Bay
Bythotrephes longimanus ONT - Eastern Lake Superior
Carassius auratus MN - St. Louis River
Faxonius rusticus ONT - Thunder Bay
Gasterosteus aculeatus ONT - Thunder Bay
Gymnocephalus cernua WI - St. Louis River near Lake Superior
Morone americana MN - St. Louis River
Morone chrysops MN - St. Louis River estuary where it flows into Lake Superior near Duluth MN - St. Louis River estuary where it flows into Lake Superior near Duluth MN - St. Louis River estuary where it flows into Lake Superior near Duluth
Myriophyllum spicatum WI - Chequamegon Bay
Neogobius melanostomus MN - St. Louis River
Platichthys flesus MI - Keweenaw Peninsula
Potamogeton crispus MN - Knife River Marina, Lake Supperior near the mouth of the Knife River WI - Washburn Harbor, Chequamegon Bay, Lake Superior
Salmo salar WI - Lake Superior
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