NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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Reference Number: 29047
Author: Avlijas, S., N. Mandrak, J. Fischer-Rush, and A. Ricciardi
Date (year): 2016
Title:Evaluating & predicting impacts of globally invasive freshwater fishes using multi-population comparisions
Keywords: invasive, tench, tinca tinca
Tinca tinca QUE - Richelieu River-STO QUE - Richelieu River-AE QUE - St. Lawrence River-AF QUE - St. Lawrence River-CC QUE - Richelieu River-SJR QUE - St. Lawrence River- NI QUE - Lac St. Pierre QUE - Lac St. Pierre QUE - Lac St. Pierre QUE - Lac St. Pierre QUE - Lac St. Pierre QUE - Lac St. Pierre
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