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Christmas, J., R. Eades, D. Cincotta, A. Shiels, R. Miller, J. Siemien, T. Sinnott, and P. Fuller. 2000. History, management, and status of introduced fishes in the Chesapeake Bay basin. Page 29 p in Proceedings of the Conference of Biological Diversity. Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Annapolis, MD.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1935
Type: Conference Proceedings
Author: Christmas, J., R. Eades, D. Cincotta, A. Shiels, R. Miller, J. Siemien, T. Sinnott, and P. Fuller.
Date (year): 2000
Book Title: Proceedings of the Conference of Biological Diversity.
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Edition:
Title:History, management, and status of introduced fishes in the Chesapeake Bay basin.
Publisher:Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Publisher Location:Annapolis, MD
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Pages: 29 p
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Alosa aestivalis

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Ctenopharyngodon idella

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    PA - Potomac drainage

Cyprinella spiloptera

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Lepomis megalotis

    PA - Potomac drainage

Morone chrysops x M. saxatilis

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