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Sammons, S.M. 2012. Diets of juvenile and sub-adult size classes of three Micropterus spp. in the Flint River, Georgia: potential for trophic competition. Southeastern Naturalist 11(3):387-404. http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1656/058.011.0303.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 24964
Type: Journal Article
Author: Sammons, S.M.
Date (year): 2012
Article Title:Diets of juvenile and sub-adult size classes of three Micropterus spp. in the Flint River, Georgia: potential for trophic competition.
Journal Name: Southeastern Naturalist
Volume: 11
Issue: 3
Pages: 387-404
URL: http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1656/058.011.0303
Keywords: Flint River, Micropterus cataractae, Micropterus punctulatus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Micropterus punctulatus

    GA - Flint River, at Flat Shoals immediately downstream of Flat Shoals Rd. bridge (river km 457.8).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 128 bridge (river km 364.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 128 bridge (river km 364.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 128 bridge (river km 364.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 128 bridge (river km 364.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 128 bridge (river km 364.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 128 bridge (river km 364.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 18 bridge (river km 447.3).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 18 bridge (river km 447.3).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 18 bridge (river km 447.3).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 18 bridge (river km 447.3).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 18 bridge (river km 447.3).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 18 bridge (river km 447.3).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 80 [=US 19] (river km 383.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 80 [=US 19] (river km 383.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 80 [=US 19] (river km 383.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 80 [=US 19] (river km 383.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 80 [=US 19] (river km 383.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 80 [=US 19] (river km 383.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 80 [=US 19] (river km 383.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 96 bridge (river km 336.4).
    GA - Flint River, near White Oak Creek confluence at Joe Kurz WMA (river km 467.9).
    GA - Flint River, near White Oak Creek confluence at Joe Kurz WMA (river km 467.9).
    GA - Flint River, near White Oak Creek confluence at Joe Kurz WMA (river km 467.9).
    GA - Flint River, near White Oak Creek confluence at Joe Kurz WMA (river km 467.9).
    GA - Flint River, near White Oak Creek confluence at Joe Kurz WMA (river km 467.9).
    GA - Flint River, near White Oak Creek confluence at Joe Kurz WMA (river km 467.9).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 127 bridge (river km 315.5).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 127 bridge (river km 315.5).
    GA - Flint River, between Pobiddy Road bridge and Adams Island (river km 406.3).
    GA - Flint River, between Pobiddy Road bridge and Adams Island (river km 406.3).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 49 bridge, near Montezuma (river km 290.6).
    GA - Flint River, around Reeves Landing boat ramp (river km 261.0).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 49 bridge, near Montezuma (river km 290.6).
    GA - Flint River, upstream of Highway 49 bridge, near Montezuma (river km 290.6).


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