NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Cashner, R.C., and R.D. Suttkus. 1977. Ambloplites constellatus, a new species of rock bass from the Ozark upland of Arkansas and Missouri with a review of western rock bass populations. American Midland Naturalist 98(1):147-161.
Reference Number: 1650
Type: Journal Article
Author: Cashner, R.C., and R.D. Suttkus
Date (year): 1977
Article Title:Ambloplites constellatus, a new species of rock bass from the Ozark upland of Arkansas and Missouri with a review of western rock bass populations.
Journal Name: American Midland Naturalist
Keywords: Ozark bass
Ambloplites constellatus AR - state non-specific MO - state non-specific MO - Limestone Creek (trib of Turnback Creek, trib to Sac. River), 1 mi S of South Greenfield on M-39, Dade County, Osage drainage MO - Turnback Creek, trib. to Sac River, 10.5 km E Heatonville, Lawrence County
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