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Mendoza-Alfaro, R.E., B. Cudmore, R. Orr, J.P. Fisher, S.C. Balderas, W.R. Courtenay, P.K. Osorio, et al. 2009. Trinational risk assessment guidelines for aquatic alien invasive species - test cases for the snakeheads (Channidae) and armored catfishes (Loricariidae) in North American inland waters. Report prepared for the Commission on Environmental Cooperation, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. http://www3.cec.org/islandora/en/item/2379-trinational-risk-assessment-guidelines-aquatic-alien-invasive-species.
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Reference Number: 33712
Type: Report
Author: Mendoza-Alfaro, R.E., B. Cudmore, R. Orr, J.P. Fisher, S.C. Balderas, W.R. Courtenay, P.K. Osorio, et al.
Date (year): 2009
Report TitleTrinational risk assessment guidelines for aquatic alien invasive species - test cases for the snakeheads (Channidae) and armored catfishes (Loricariidae) in North American inland waters
Publisher:Report prepared for the Commission on Environmental Cooperation.
Publisher Location:Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Pages: 98 pp.
URL: http://www3.cec.org/islandora/en/item/2379-trinational-risk-assessment-guidelines-aquatic-alien-invasive-species
Keywords: Impacts, Snakehead, Channidae, Channa, Armored Catfishes, Sailfin Suckermouth Catfishes, Loricariidae, Pterygoplichthys, Hypostomus plecostomus, management
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