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Trimm, D.L., G. Guillen, C.T. Menn, and G.C. Matlock. 1989. The occurrence of grass carp in Texas water. The Texas Journal of Science 41(4):413-417.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 478
Type: Journal Article
Author: Trimm, D.L., G. Guillen, C.T. Menn, and G.C. Matlock
Date (year): 1989
Article Title:The occurrence of grass carp in Texas water.
Journal Name: The Texas Journal of Science
Volume: 41
Issue: 4
Pages: 413-417
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Keywords: grass carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella, Texas
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ctenopharyngodon idella

    TX - Trinity River, see literature for map
    TX - Trinity Bay, see literature for map
    TX - San Jacinto River, see literature for map
    TX - San Jacinto River, see literature for map
    TX - San Jacinto River, see literature for map
    TX - Trinity River, see literature for map
    TX - Cedar Bayou, see literature for map
    TX - Trinity River, see literature for map
    TX - drainage ditch off Cedar Bayou in Baytown
    TX - Cedar Bayou, see literature for map
    TX - Galveston Bay, see literature for map
    TX - Spring Bayou, see literature for map
    TX - Spring Bayou, see literature for map
    TX - Cedar Bayou, see literature for map
    TX - San Jacinto River, see literature for map
    TX - Lake Houston, see literature for map

Ctenopharyngodon idella diploid

    TX - Lake Conroe near Conroe [Honea Reservoir]


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