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Field Museum of Natural History. 2011. Field Museum of Natural History - Ichthyology Collection Database. Field Museum of Natural History. http://www.fishnet2.net.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 23838
Type: Database
Author: Field Museum of Natural History.
Date (year): 2011
Title:Field Museum of Natural History - Ichthyology Collection Database.
Publisher:Field Museum of Natural History
Publisher Location:
URL: http://www.fishnet2.net
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Keywords: FMNH
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alosa pseudoharengus

    IL - Lake Michigan, Calumet Harbor (FMV-026)

Carassius auratus

    IL - Illinois and Michigan Canal at Brandon Road

Cyprinus carpio

    IL - Columbia Near Columbia
    IL - Ritchie, Forked Creek at Leasure Road in Ritchie, station FB-01
    IL - Chicago, Wetland in Northerly Island

Hypostomus sp.

    NV - Indian Springs

Misgurnus anguillicaudatus

    IL - Chicago, Chicago Sanitary Ship Canal, South Branch of the Chicago River, S. Damen Ave.
    IL - Chicago, Chicago Sanitary Ship Canal, South Branch of the Chicago River, S. Damen Ave.
    IL - Chicago, Acme Bend on the Little Calumet River
    IL - Crete, Old Banquet Facility site, Forest Preserve District of Will County, from pond on Plum Creek flood plain
    IL - Timberline Shrub Swamp, Forest Preserve District of Will County, from buttonbush swamp

Neogobius melanostomus

    IL - Wilmington, Kankakee River, I-55 bridge 3 miles NW of Wilmington, IL, F-01
    IL - Chicago, Chicago Sanitary Ship Canal, South Branch of the Chicago River, S. Damen Ave.
    IL - Kankakee River at the confluence with the Illinois River at station F-14

Pterygoplichthys sp.

    IL - retention pond in Ridgewood Subdivision, southwest Lake Forest


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