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Reference Number: 39699
Type: Other
Author: LaRue, E.A., C. Ruetz III, and R. Thum
Date (year): 2009
Book Title:
Editor:
Edition:
Title:Population Structure of the Invasive Round Goby in Lake Michigan
Thesis/Dissertation Type:
Journal Name: Student Summer Scholars (undergraduate research)
Publisher:Grand Valley State University
Publisher Location:
Volume: Paper 22
Issue:
Pages:
Location: NAS
URL: https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/sss/22/
Accessed on: 01/17/2023
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Keywords: Round goby, Neogobius melanostomus, Population, Lake Michigan
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Neogobius melanostomus

    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at St. Joseph, Michigan
    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Holland, Michigan
    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Muskegon, Michigan
    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Ludington, Michigan
    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Frankfort, Michigan
    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Charlevoix, Michigan
    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at St. Ignace, Michigan
    MI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Escanaba, Michigan
    WI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Manitowoc, Wisconsin
    WI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    WI - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Kenosha, Wisconsin
    IL - Lake Michigan, Pierhead at Chicago, Illinois


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