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Kocovsky, P.M., J.A. Tallman, D.J. Jude, D.M. Murphy, J.E. Brown, and C.A. Stepien. 2011. Expansion of tubenose gobies Proterorhinus semilunaris into western Lake Erie and potential effects on native species. Biological Invasions 13:2775-2784. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10530-011-9962-5.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 19664
Type: Journal Article
Author: Kocovsky, P.M., J.A. Tallman, D.J. Jude, D.M. Murphy, J.E. Brown, and C.A. Stepien
Date (year): 2011
Article Title:Expansion of tubenose gobies Proterorhinus semilunaris into western Lake Erie and potential effects on native species.
Journal Name: Biological Invasions
Volume: 13
Issue:
Pages: 2775-2784
URL: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10530-011-9962-5
Keywords: fish, Proterorhinus semilunaris, tubenose goby, Lake Erie, dispersal
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Proterorhinus semilunaris

    OH - Lake Erie, at South Bass Island - East Point
    OH - Lake Erie, at Middle Bass Island - Schoolhouse Bay
    OH - Lake Erie, at Middle Bass Island - Schoolhouse Bay
    OH - Lake Erie, at South Bass Island near Perry Monument, State Park, and Oak Point
    OH - Lake Erie, at North Bass Island - South Cove
    OH - Lake Erie, at Gibralter Island - Alligator Bar [in Put-In-Bay, South Bass Island]
    OH - Lake Erie, at Gibralter Island - Alligator Bar [in Put-In-Bay, South Bass Island]
    MI - Lake Erie, in Brest Bay, Detroit Beach
    MI - Lake Erie, off Stony Point
    MI - Lake Erie, off Stony Point
    ONT - Lake Erie, off Lakewood Beach, Ontario, Canada
    OH - Lake Erie, Terwilligers Pond on South Bass Island


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