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Eaton, J.G., and P.T. Frame. 1965. An apparent extension of the range of the eastern banded killifish, Fundulus diaphanus diaphanus (Lesueur), into southwestern Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 65(4):203. https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/1811/5094/V65N04_203.pdf?sequence=1.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 25656
Type: Journal Article
Author: Eaton, J.G., and P.T. Frame
Date (year): 1965
Article Title:An apparent extension of the range of the eastern banded killifish, Fundulus diaphanus diaphanus (Lesueur), into southwestern Ohio.
Journal Name: Ohio Journal of Science
Volume: 65
Issue: 4
Pages: 203
URL: https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/1811/5094/V65N04_203.pdf?sequence=1
Keywords: banded killifish, Fundulus diaphanus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Fundulus diaphanus diaphanus

    OH - Cluff (Clough) Creek (Ohio drainage) near Cincinatti
    OH - Cluff (Clough) Creek (Ohio drainage) near Cincinatti
    PA - Ohio River in Beaver County
    PA - Ohio River in Beaver County
    OH - Little Yellow Creek
    OH - Little Yellow Creek
    OH - Big Yellow Creek
    OH - Big Yellow Creek
    PA - Ohio River at Newcastle, PA
    OH - Little Miami River, 4 mi upstream of Cluff Creek, near Newton
    OH - Ten Mile Creek, lower portion, 7 miles east of Cincinatti


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