NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Stockwell, C.A., M. Mulvey, and G.L. Vinyard. 1996. Translocations and the preservation of allelic diversity. Conservation Biology 10(4):1133-1141.
Reference Number: 1901
Type: Journal Article
Author: Stockwell, C.A., M. Mulvey, and G.L. Vinyard
Date (year): 1996
Article Title:Translocations and the preservation of allelic diversity.
Journal Name: Conservation Biology
Keywords: endangered species
Gambusia affinis CA - Lily pond at [historic] Sutter's Fort in Sacramento CA - Non-specific 'hatchery' location in Coachella CA - non-specific 'hatchery' location in Oroville CA - non-specific location in Bakersfield NV - Fallon [unspecified waters] NV - Parker Ranch NV - Garrett Ranch in Black Rock Desert NV - Bonham Ranch in the Smoke Creek Desert NV - Wabuska Hot Springs
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/13/2019].
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