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Ferincz, A., A. Staszny, A. Weiperth, P. Takas, B. Urbanyi, L. Vilizzi, G. Paulovitz, and G.H. Copp. 2016. Risk assessment of non-native fishes in 3 the catchment of the largest Central-European shallow lake (Lake Balaton, Hungary). Hydrobiologia 780:85-97.
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Reference Number: 34270
Type: Journal Article
Author: Ferincz, A., A. Staszny, A. Weiperth, P. Takas, B. Urbanyi, L. Vilizzi, G. Paulovitz, and G.H. Copp
Date (year): 2016
Article Title:Risk assessment of non-native fishes in 3 the catchment of the largest Central-European shallow lake (Lake Balaton, Hungary).
Journal Name: Hydrobiologia
Volume: 780
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Pages: 85-97
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Keywords: Babka gymnotrachelus, Ctenopharyngodon idella, Gambusia holbrooki, Gasterostus aculeatus, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix x H. nobilis, Ictalurus punctatus, Ictiobus bubalus, Knipowitschia caucasica, Mylopharyngodon piecus, Neogobius fluviatilis, Neogobius melanostomus, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Percottus glenii, Ponticola kessleri, Proterorhinus marmoratus, P. semilunaris, Pseudorasbora parva,
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