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Nelson, J.S., and F.M. Atton. 1971. Geographic and morphological variation in the presence and absence of the pelvic skeleton in the brook stickleback, Culaea inconstans (Kirtland), in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Zoology 49(3):343-352.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 39941
Type: Journal Article
Author: Nelson, J.S., and F.M. Atton
Date (year): 1971
Article Title:Geographic and morphological variation in the presence and absence of the pelvic skeleton in the brook stickleback, Culaea inconstans (Kirtland), in Alberta and Saskatchewan 
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 49
Issue: 3
Pages: 343-352
URL:
Keywords: Culaea inconstans, Alberta, and Saskatchewan
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Culaea inconstans

    SK - Piprell Lake between Clarence-Steepbank Lakes Provincial Park and Narrow Hills Provincial Park
    SK - Whiteswan Lake near Pinkney Lake
    SK - Vivian Lake in between Matheson Lake and Kimball Lake
    SK - Matheson Lake near Matheson Lake Campground
    AB - Cold Lake off Cold Lake Marina
    AB - Pine Lake within Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada
    AB - Astotin Lake near Sandy Beach
    AB - Whitemud Creek off Whitemud Creek ravine lookout
    AB - Muir Lake off Muir Lake Rec Area and Township Rd 540
    AB - Spring Lake off Township Rd 542
    AB - Victor Lake off Victor Lk Rd
    AB - Punk Creek near Keith and Conn Lake
    AB - Redwater River drained from North Saskatchewan
    AB - Corbett Creek south of Goose Lake
    AB - Fish Lake near Fish Lake Provincial Recreation Area
    AB - Goldeye Lake near Fish Lake Provincial Recreation Area
    AB - Stony Creek south of Bonnie Lake


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