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Pratt, D.M., W.H. Blust, and J.H. Selgeby. 1992. Ruffe, Gymnocephalus cernuus: Newly introduced in North America. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49:1616-1618.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 522
Type: Journal Article
Author: Pratt, D.M., W.H. Blust, and J.H. Selgeby
Date (year): 1992
Article Title:Ruffe, Gymnocephalus cernuus: Newly introduced in North America.
Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 49
Issue:
Pages: 1616-1618
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Keywords: Gymnocephalus cernuus, ruffe
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Gymnocephalus cernua

    MN - St. Louis River near Lake Superior
    MN - St. Louis River near Lake Superior
    MN - St. Louis River near Lake Superior
    ONT - Thunder Bay
    ONT - Kaministiquia River at Thunder Bay
    WI - St. Louis River near Lake Superior
    WI - St. Louis River near Lake Superior
    WI - Anmicon River, at mouth, at Lake Superior
    WI - Brule River, at mouth
    WI - Iron River, at mouth, at Lake Superior


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