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Reference Details:
Reference Number: 404
Type: Other
Author: Baker, B.
Date (year): 1993
Book Title:
Title:Flatheads come to Florida.
Thesis/Dissertation Type:
Journal Name: Florida Game and Fish
Publisher Location:
Volume: 1993
Issue: June
Pages: 28-31,60-1
Location: NAS
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Created on:
Keywords: flathead catfish, Pylodictus olivaris, Florida, Apalachicola, Perdido
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pylodictis olivaris

    FL - Apalachicola River from Jim Woodruff Dam to the mouth (whole length)
    FL - Perdido River
    FL - Perdido River
    FL - Escambia River
    FL - Apalachicola River, between Jim Woodruff Dam and Ocheesee Landing
    FL - Apalachicola River
    FL - Escambia River
    FL - Perdido River
    FL - Lake Beulah in Lakeland


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