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Mitchell, A. J., M. J. Salmon, D. G. Huffman, A. E. Goodwin, and T. M. Brandt. 2000. Prevalence and pathogenicity of a heterophyid trematode infecting the gills of an endangered fish, the fountain darter, in two central Texas spring‐fed rivers. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 6:283-289.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 33302
Type: Journal Article
Author: Mitchell, A. J., M. J. Salmon, D. G. Huffman, A. E. Goodwin, and T. M. Brandt
Date (year): 2000
Article Title:Prevalence and pathogenicity of a heterophyid trematode infecting the gills of an endangered fish, the fountain darter, in two central Texas spring‐fed rivers
Journal Name: Journal of Aquatic Animal Health
Volume: 6
Issue:
Pages: 283-289
URL:
Keywords: fountain darter, Etheostoma fonticola, parasite, nematode, endangered, impacts, mollusk, gastropod, snail, Melanoides tuberculata, Texas, red-rim melania, Centrocestus formosanus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Melanoides tuberculata

    TX - Landa Lake, Comal River, at Houston St. [Ave]
    TX - Comal River River at Elizabeth St. [below the dam at Landa Lake]
    TX - Spring Lake,[just above the dam], San Marcos River
    TX - San Marcos River, [near John J Stokes Park] at fish hatchery


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