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Reference Number: 18365
Type: Other
Author: Bean, M.G.
Date (year): 2008
Book Title:
Title:Occurrence and Impact of the Asian fish tapeworm Bothriocephalus acheilgnathi in the Rion Grande (Rio Bravo del Norte).
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Publisher:Texas State University, Theses and Dissertations -- Department of Biology.
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Pages: 54 pp
Location: NAS
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Keywords: Asian tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi, Rio Grande, Grass Carp, Impact, Ctenopharyngodon idella
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Schyzocotyle acheilognathi

    TX - Rio Grande at Santa Elena Canyon, near confluence with Terlingua Creek in Big Bend National Park
    TX - Rio Grande at Presidio, TX, just above bridge
    TX - Terlingua Creek near confluence with Rio Grande, Big Bend National Park
    TX - Rio Grande at Boquillas Canyon Trailhead, Big Bend National Park
    TX - Pinto Creek at US-277
    TX - Rio Grande at Quemado, Texas
    TX - Rio Grande at Laredo, Texas
    TX - Rio Grande north of San Ygnacio, Texas
    TX - Lower Devils River at Dolan Falls
    NM - Upper Pecos River at Fort Sumner, New Mexico
    NM - Upper Pecos River at Hwy 507, east of Lake Arthur, NM
    NM - Upper Pecos River at Hwy 82, east of Artesia, New Mexico


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