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Kulzer, K.E., R.L. Noble, and A.A. Forshage. 1985. Genetic effects of Florida largemouth bass introductions into selected Texas Reservoirs. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 39:56-64.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 20
Type: Journal Article
Author: Kulzer, K.E., R.L. Noble, and A.A. Forshage
Date (year): 1985
Article Title:Genetic effects of Florida largemouth bass introductions into selected Texas Reservoirs.
Journal Name: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
Volume: 39
Issue:
Pages: 56-64
URL:
Keywords: genetics, hybrids, bass, Texas
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Micropterus salmoides floridanus

    TX - state non-specific
    TX - Benbrook [Lake]Reservoir
    TX - Lake Brownwood
    TX - Lake Buchanan
    TX - Lake Conroe near Conroe [Honea Reservoir]
    TX - Lake Graham
    TX - Halbert Reservoir outside Coricana
    TX - Houston County Reservoir
    TX - Long Reservoir
    TX - Medina Reservoir, near San Antonio
    TX - Mexia Reservoir
    TX - Murvaul Lake
    TX - Nasworthy Reservoir, Concho River
    TX - Quitman Reservoir
    TX - Striker Creek Reservoir
    TX - Twin Buttes Reservoir
    TX - Lake Tyler East
    TX - Winnsboro Lake
    TX - Wright Patman [Lake] Reservoir


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