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Tucker, J.K, F.A. Cronin, R.A. Hrabik, M.D. Petersen, and D.P. Herzog. 1996. The bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis) in the Mississippi River. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 11(2):241-242.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1744
Type: Journal Article
Author: Tucker, J.K, F.A. Cronin, R.A. Hrabik, M.D. Petersen, and D.P. Herzog
Date (year): 1996
Article Title:The bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis) in the Mississippi River.
Journal Name: Journal of Freshwater Ecology
Volume: 11
Issue: 2
Pages: 241-242
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Keywords: bighead carp, Hypophthalmichthys nobilis, Illinois, Missouri
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hypophthalmichthys nobilis

    IL - Big Muddy River (RM 4.8)
    MO - Headwater Diversion Channel (Mile 0.9) [just S of Cape Girardeau]
    IL - Mississippi River, (RM 73.5) at Crawford Towhead
    IL - Big Muddy River (RM 0.7) LTRMP site BM00.7
    IL - Big Muddy River (RM 0.7) LTRMP site BM00.7
    IL - Big Muddy River (RM 0.7) LTRMP site BM00.7
    MO - Mississippi River, (RM 206) at Brick House Slough LTRMP site F39A.RS
    MO - Mississippi River (RM 206) at Brick House Slough (LTRMP site H14.RS)
    MO - Castor River Diversion Channel (RM 0.9) LTRMP site HD00.9M
    IL - Mississippi River at RM 050.7
    IL - Mississippi River at RM 075.1
    MO - Mississippi River at RM 077.9
    MO - Mississippi River at RM 237.2
    MO - Mississippi River at RM 237.4
    MO - Mississippi River, (RM 202) at Eliis Bay near Alton, IL
    IL - Mississippi River (RM 34.5), at Goose Island
    IL - Mississippi River (RM 66.3), at Willard Landing
    MO - Mississippi River (RM 39), near Commerce


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