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Hubbs, C.L., and R.R. Miller. 1965. Studies of cyprinodontid fishes. XXII. Variation in Lucania parva, its establishment in western United States, and description of a new species from an interior basin in Coahuila, Mexico. Miscellaneous Publications of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology 127:1-104.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 245
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hubbs, C.L., and R.R. Miller
Date (year): 1965
Article Title:Studies of cyprinodontid fishes. XXII. Variation in Lucania parva, its establishment in western United States, and description of a new species from an interior basin in Coahuila, Mexico.
Journal Name: Miscellaneous Publications of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology
Volume: 127
Issue:
Pages: 1-104
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Keywords: Cyprinodontidae, Lucania parva
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Lucania parva

    CA - Irvine Lake
    UT - Timpie Springs, near Timpie
    UT - Timpie Springs, near Timpie
    CA - Corte Madera Creek (Corte Madera, CA)
    CA - Corte Madera Creek (Corte Madera, CA)
    CA - Corte Madera Creek (Corte Madera, CA)
    CA - Aquatic Park Lagoon in Berkeley, CA
    CA - Richmond tidal slough
    CA - Alameda Creek, at Hesperian Blvd. bridge, north of Alvarado
    CA - Alameda Creek, at Hesperian Blvd. bridge, north of Alvarado
    CA - Coyote Point, stream in marsh.
    CA - Sears Pt. Road.
    CA - Mill Valley.
    CA - San Francisco Bay at the Palo Alto Yacht Harbor
    CA - Lake Merritt, Oakland
    CA - Aquatic Park Lagoon in Berkeley, CA
    CA - Irvine Lake
    UT - Blue Lake, near Wendover.
    OR - Johnson Slough
    OR - Kings Slough
    OR - Yaquina Bay, in a slough off the bay ~2.5 miles from Hatfield Marine Science Center.
    OR - Yaquina Bay, in a slough off the bay ~2.5 miles from Hatfield Marine Science Center.


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