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Best, A.M., C.E. Johnston, and P.E. O'Neil. 2016. Pattern of invasion by Weed Shiner (Notropis texanus), a nonindigenous cyprinid in the Bear Creek system (Tennessee River drainage), USA>. Biological Invasions 18(2):395-410.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29492
Type: Journal Article
Author: Best, A.M., C.E. Johnston, and P.E. O'Neil
Date (year): 2016
Article Title:Pattern of invasion by Weed Shiner (Notropis texanus), a nonindigenous cyprinid in the Bear Creek system (Tennessee River drainage), USA>
Journal Name: Biological Invasions
Volume: 18
Issue: 2
Pages: 395-410
URL:
Keywords: Land use, Tennessee River, Tennessee–Tombigbee Waterway, Invasive species
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Notropis texanus

    AL - Bear Creek system- site 16
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 30
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 3
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 5
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 6
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 9
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 12
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 13
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 17
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 29
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 29
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 33
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 1
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 4
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 5
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 7
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 11
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 13
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 15
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 15
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 29
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 32
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 3
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 5
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 7
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 11
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 12
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 14
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 27
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 29
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 32
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 30
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 36
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 2
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 5
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 6
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 7
    AL - Bear Creek system- site 12
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 13
    MS - Bear Creek system- site 15


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