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McAllister, D.E. 1969. Introduction of tropical fishes into a hotspring near Banff, Alberta. The Canadian Field-Naturalist 83(1):31-35.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 38599
Type: Journal Article
Author: McAllister, D.E.
Date (year): 1969
Article Title:Introduction of tropical fishes into a hotspring near Banff, Alberta 
Journal Name: The Canadian Field-Naturalist
Volume: 83
Issue: 1
Pages: 31-35
URL:
Keywords: tropical fishes, Banff, Alberta, hotspring, introduction
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Archocentrus nigrofasciatus

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Gambusia affinis

     - marsh South of Bow River and North of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site
     - marsh South of Bow River and North of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site

Poecilia latipinna

     - marsh South of Bow River and North of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site

Poecilia reticulata

     - marsh South of Bow River and North of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site
     - marsh South of Bow River and North of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site

Xiphophorus hellerii

     - marsh South of Bow River and North of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site
     - marsh South of Bow River and North of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site


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