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Rehage, J.S., R. Boucek, and M. Robblee. 2011. Role of marsh-mangrove interface habitats as aquatic refuges for wetland fishes and other aquatic animals. Annual report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. MAP activity 3.1.4.7. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 24869
Type: Report
Author: Rehage, J.S., R. Boucek, and M. Robblee
Date (year): 2011
Report TitleRole of marsh-mangrove interface habitats as aquatic refuges for wetland fishes and other aquatic animals. Annual report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. MAP activity 3.1.4.7.
Publisher:U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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Pages: 100 pp
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Keywords: Florida, fishes, African jewelfish, Hemichromis
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hemichromis letourneuxi

    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB7
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB9
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB13
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB15
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB15
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB16
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB15
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB15
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB15
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB15
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB16
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB16
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB14
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB14
    FL - Everglades National Park, Rookery Branch, RB13
    FL - Everglades National Park, Shark River, SRS4
    FL - Everglades National Park, Tarpon Bay, TB2
    FL - Everglades National Park, Tarpon Bay, TB2
    FL - Everglades National Park, Tarpon Bay, TB2


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