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Mendoza, R., S. Contreras, P. Koleff, C. Ramirez, C. Escalera, P. Alvarez, B. Cudmore, N. Mandrak, J.P. Fisher, R. Orr, W. Courtenay, G. Greene, and D. Lee. 2009. Proposed trinational risk assessment guidelines for invasive alien species: test cases for the snakeheads (Channidae) and armored catfishes (Loricariidae) in North American waters. Commission for Environmental Cooperation.
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Reference Number: 18594
Type: Report
Author: Mendoza, R., S. Contreras, P. Koleff, C. Ramirez, C. Escalera, P. Alvarez, B. Cudmore, N. Mandrak, J.P. Fisher, R. Orr, W. Courtenay, G. Greene, and D. Lee.
Date (year): 2009
Report TitleProposed trinational risk assessment guidelines for invasive alien species: test cases for the snakeheads (Channidae) and armored catfishes (Loricariidae) in North American waters.
Publisher:Commission for Environmental Cooperation.
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Pages: 171 pp
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Keywords: fish, Channa argus, snakehead, armored catfish, Pterygoplichthys, CEC, risk assessment
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