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Swift, C.C., S. Howard, J. Mulder, D.J. Pondella II, and T.P. Keegan. 2014. Expansion of the non-native Mississippi Silverside, Menidia audens (Pisces, Atherinopsidae), into fresh and marine waters of coastal southern California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 113(3):153-164.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27298
Type: Journal Article
Author: Swift, C.C., S. Howard, J. Mulder, D.J. Pondella II, and T.P. Keegan
Date (year): 2014
Article Title:Expansion of the non-native Mississippi Silverside, Menidia audens (Pisces, Atherinopsidae), into fresh and marine waters of coastal southern California
Journal Name: Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences
Volume: 113
Issue: 3
Pages: 153-164
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Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Menidia audens

    CA - Arroyo Burro lagoon
    CA - Pyramid Lake
    CA - Castaic Lake
    CA - Skinner Reservoir
    CA - Pyramid Lake
    CA - mouth of Piru Creek, sand bars and flats for ca. 400 m above buoy line
    CA - Santa Clara River, between gauging station & Potrero Rd.
    CA - Silverwood Lake
    CA - Santa Clara River at Freeman Diversion
    CA - Outflow of Mandalay Generating Plant
    CA - Mandalay Canal from Mandalay Generating Plant to Harbor Blvd Bridge


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