NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Jones, P.C., R.B. King, K.M. Stanford, T.D. Lawson, and M. Thomas. 2009. Frequent consumption and rapid digestion of prey by the Lake Erie watersnake with implications for an invasive prey. Copeia 2009(3):437-445. http://www.asihcopeiaonline.org/archive/0045-8511/2009/3/pdf/i0045-8511-2009-3-437.pdf.
Reference Number: 18869
Type: Journal Article
Author: Jones, P.C., R.B. King, K.M. Stanford, T.D. Lawson, and M. Thomas
Date (year): 2009
Article Title:Frequent consumption and rapid digestion of prey by the Lake Erie watersnake with implications for an invasive prey.
Journal Name: Copeia
Keywords: Neogobius melanostomus, Apollonia melanostoma, round goby, Great Lakes, Lake Erie, predation
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