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Bowen, A. 2021. Tubenose Goby findings in Lakes Huron and Erie. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alpena, MI. Accessed on 02/24/2023.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 40859
Type: Database
Author: Bowen, A.
Date (year): 2021
Title:Tubenose Goby findings in Lakes Huron and Erie
Publisher:US Fish and Wildlife Service
Publisher Location:Alpena, MI
URL:
Accessed on: 02/24/2023
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Keywords: Tubenose Goby, Proterorhinus semilunaris, Lake Huron, Lake Erie
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Proterorhinus semilunaris

    MI - Cheboygan (MI), Duncan Bay
    MI - Chboygan (MI), Cheboygan River
    MI - Rogers City (MI), by Swan Creek
    MI - Rogers City (MI), near Harbor
    MI - Rogers City (MI), near Port of Calcite
    MI - St. Marys River, Potagannissing Bay
    MI - St. Marys River, Potagannissing Bay
    MI - St. Marys River, Potagannissing Bay
    MI - St. Marys River, Potagannissing Bay
    MI - St. Marys River, Potagannissing Bay
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Estral Beach
    MI - Lake St. Clair
    MI - Maumee Bay
    MI - Monroe (MI)
    MI - St. Clair River
    MI - St. Clair River


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