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Docherty, C., J. Ruppert, T. Rudolfsen, A. Hamann, and M.S. Poesch. 2017. Assessing the spread and potential impact of Prussian Carp Carassius gibelio (Bloch, 1782) to freshwater fishes in western North America. BioInvasions Records 6(3):291-296. https://doi.org/10.3391/bir.2017.6.3.15.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 38015
Type: Journal Article
Author: Docherty, C., J. Ruppert, T. Rudolfsen, A. Hamann, and M.S. Poesch
Date (year): 2017
Article Title:Assessing the spread and potential impact of Prussian Carp Carassius gibelio (Bloch, 1782) to freshwater fishes in western North America
Journal Name: BioInvasions Records
Volume: 6
Issue: 3
Pages: 291-296
URL:
Keywords: Alberta, Saskatchewan, Prussian Carp, Gibel Carp, Carassius gibelio, risk assessment, Canada
DOI: 10.3391/bir.2017.6.3.15
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Carassius gibelio

    AB - West Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - West Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - West Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - West Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - East Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - East Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - Long Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - Long Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - Long Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - Bland Lake, Alberta, Canada (Red Deer River Drainage)
    AB - small pool located at the inlet to the Springville-Stallville pipeline at the end of C canal, Alberta Canada [Haag et al. 2008 sampling site 12]
    AB - small pool located at the inlet to the Springville-Stallville pipeline at the end of C canal, Alberta Canada [Haag et al. 2008 sampling site 12]
    AB - tributary to the Medicine River, Alberta, Canada (Red Deer River Drainage)
    AB - CNR Reservoir, Alberta, Canada (Red Deer River Drainage)
    AB - Bow River at Township Rd 125a, Alberta, Canada
    AB - J Reservoir, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - Barnett Lake, Alberta, Canada (Bow River Drainage)
    AB - Twelve Mile Coulee
    AB - Twelve Mile Coulee
    AB - Bow River, outlet of drainage canal
    AB - Rockyford
    SK - South Sakatchewan River [tributary]
    SK - Swift Current Creek
    AB - Private dugout
    AB - Private dugout #2
    AB - Timko Lake
    AB - Timko Lake canal
    AB - Kneehills Creek
    AB - Blindman River
    AB - CNR Reservoir
    AB - Dewitt's Pond
    AB - Dog Pound Creek [Dogpound Creek]
    AB - Little Red Deer River
    AB - Lloyd Creek
    AB - oxbow of Medicine River
    AB - Red Deer neighbourhood stormwater pond
    AB - Unnamed pond
    AB - Unnamed trib to Medicine River
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Blood Indian Reservoir
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Western Irrigation District
    AB - Western Irrigation District
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Kneehills Creek
    AB - West Michichi Creek
    AB - Western Irrigation District
    AB - Western Irrigation District
    AB - Three Hills Creek
    AB - Ghostpine Creek
    AB - Ghostpine Creek
    AB - Kneehills Creek
    AB - Spruce Creek
    AB - Three Hills Creek
    AB - Kneehills Creek
    AB - Crossfield Creek
    AB - unnamed [tributary to Crossfield Creek]
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Rosebud River
    AB - Three Hills Creek
    AB - Ghostpine Creek
    AB - Kneehills Creek
    AB - Kneehills Creek
    AB - Three Hills Creek
    AB - Three Hills Creek
    AB - unnamed [tributary to Kneehills Creek]
    AB - Michichi Creek
    AB - Ghostpine Creek
    AB - Lonepine Creek
    AB - Three Hills Creek
    AB - Kneehills Creek
    AB - Kneehills Creek


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