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Rincon, P.A., J.C. Velasco. 1990. Fish assemblages in small streams in western Spain: the influence of an introduced predator. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 118(1):81-91. https://d1wqtxts1xzle7.cloudfront.net/46256866/Fish_assemblages_in_small_streams_in_wes20160605-17435-qgl6j5-with-cover-page-v2.pdf?Expires=1663959999&Signature=XmyQVsDx8dqWpkztOBNoV8KAlpeXMHjBatzXC1ehZl3QPYFHS~aw2Y2hRChnhdfBBj9pyJXICUf67CzTvdR25mi50DUva-RxUrxqKJBgnm8N3tuhCLcc44dTgRsUcspqOhEeQOatUylua8Klmeg-mVOeDiA1-NpK5nmnq0XrnDzgQpapMR4p-YKRlyqlixOJ5W7JUMcuyiFUqmF3E2QTl5CppZPCH7RPGY50960vZd3W5rZqrX4AXHO6uU0OOJ3j5Vzj91V0HP302VmqIowf--XsCcgntubXPkKZa3FMiKpaulYwjQ34EZrYwNuzl~LrtSEVGCqRq6F7Xczvemn.
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Reference Number: 38733
Type: Journal Article
Author: Rincon, P.A., J.C. Velasco
Date (year): 1990
Article Title:Fish assemblages in small streams in western Spain: the influence of an introduced predator
Journal Name: Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 118
Issue: 1
Pages: 81-91
URL: https://d1wqtxts1xzle7.cloudfront.net/46256866/Fish_assemblages_in_small_streams_in_wes20160605-17435-qgl6j5-with-cover-page-v2.pdf?Expires=1663959999&Signature=XmyQVsDx8dqWpkztOBNoV8KAlpeXMHjBatzXC1ehZl3QPYFHS~aw2Y2hRChnhdfBBj9pyJXICUf67CzTvdR25mi50DUva-RxUrxqKJBgnm8N3tuhCLcc44dTgRsUcspqOhEeQOatUylua8Klmeg-mVOeDiA1-NpK5nmnq0XrnDzgQpapMR4p-YKRlyqlixOJ5W7JUMcuyiFUqmF3E2QTl5CppZPCH7RPGY50960vZd3W5rZqrX4AXHO6uU0OOJ3j5Vzj91V0HP302VmqIowf--XsCcgntubXPkKZa3FMiKpaulYwjQ34EZrYwNuzl~LrtSEVGCqRq6F7Xczvemn
Keywords: gudgeon (Gobio gobio), carp (Cyprinus carpio), mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis), pike (Esox lucius), largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides)
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