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Schmidt, K. 2017. 2017 Fish Surveys and Projects. MN DNR, St. Paul, MN.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 36785
Type: Report
Author: Schmidt, K.
Date (year): 2017
Report Title2017 Fish Surveys and Projects
Publisher:MN DNR
Publisher Location:St. Paul, MN
Pages: 14
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Keywords: Alosa pseudoharengus, Gasterosteus aculeatus, Morone americana, Gymnocephalus cernua, Neogobius melanostomus, proterorhinus semilunaris
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alosa pseudoharengus

    MN - St. Louis - Superior Bays
    MN - Gooseberry River
    MN - Split Rock River

Gasterosteus aculeatus

    MN - Skunk Creek
    MN - Flood Bay tributary
    MN - Split Rock River
    MN - Beaver River
    MN - Baptism River
    MN - Grand Marais surf pools

Gymnocephalus cernua

    MN - Knowlton Creek
    MN - Kingsbury Creek
    MN - Miller Creek
    MN - Tischer Creek
    MN - Gooseberry River

Morone americana

    MN - St. Louis - Superior Bays
    MN - Skunk Creek

Neogobius melanostomus

    MN - Perch Lake Outlet (between Mission Creek and Sargent Creek)
    MN - St. Louis River, between Stewart Creek and Knowlton Creek
    MN - Knowlton Creek
    MN - Kingsbury Creek
    MN - Keene Creek
    MN - Merritt Creek
    MN - Miller Creek
    MN - St. Louis - Superior Bays
    MN - Tischer Creek
    MN - Lester River

Proterorhinus semilunaris

    MN - Mission Creek
    MN - Sargent Creek
    MN - Stewart Creek
    MN - St. Louis River, between Stewart Creek and Knowlton Creek
    MN - Knowlton Creek
    MN - Kingsbury Creek
    MN - Keene Creek
    MN - Merritt Creek
    MN - Miller Creek
    MN - Tischer Creek


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