NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Kolar, C.S., D.C. Chapman, W.R. Courtenay, Jr., C.M. Housel, J.D. Williams, and D.P. Jennings. 2007. Bigheaded carps - A biological synopsis and environmental risk assessment. American Fisheries Society Special Publication 33, Bethesda, MD.
Reference Number: 16474
Author: Kolar, C.S., D.C. Chapman, W.R. Courtenay, Jr., C.M. Housel, J.D. Williams, and D.P. Jennings.
Date (year): 2007
Title:Bigheaded carps - A biological synopsis and environmental risk assessment.
Publisher:American Fisheries Society Special Publication 33.
Publisher Location:Bethesda, MD
Pages: 204 pp
Keywords: vertebrates, fish, Hypophthalmichthys nobilis, bighead carp, molitrix, silver carp
Hypophthalmichthys nobilis AL - Tennessee River, in Wilson Lake below Wheeler Dam IL - Long Lake IL - Lyerle Lake IL - Fehrer Lake IL - Cahokia Canal IL - Minnow Slough IL - Crane Lake IN - Bryant Creek, Oxendine Bayou IN - White River IA - Missouri River, 1-29 bridge KS - Missouri River at White Cloud LA - Turkey Creek Lake LA - Henderson Lake MO - Missouri River at Lexington MS - Sardis Lake, lower end (Barrow Lake) NE - Lewis and Clark Lake OH - Lake Glacier near Youngstown TN - Reelfoot Lake [near Tiptonville] WI - Red Cedar River WI - Mississippi River, Lake Pepin, Pool 4 VA - South Fork Holston River, at South Holston Lake [Reservoir]
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