NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Bailey, J.R. 1950. A new subspecies of the darter Holoepis barratti from western North Carolina. Copeia 1950(4):311-316.
Reference Number: 1722
Type: Journal Article
Author: Bailey, J.R.
Date (year): 1950
Article Title:A new subspecies of the darter Holoepis barratti from western North Carolina.
Journal Name: Copeia
Keywords: Etheostoma fusiforme, swamp darter
Etheostoma fusiforme NC - pond south of the mouth of Bent Creek, about 300 feed west of the French Broad River, and about 7 mi ssw of Asheville NC - pond south of the mouth of Bent Creek, about 300 feed west of the French Broad River, and about 7 mi ssw of Asheville
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