NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Hintz, A. 2000. Lake Huron exotic fish surveillance in 1999. US Fish & Wildlife Service, Fishery Resources Office, Alpena, MI.
Reference Number: 9392
Author: Hintz, A.
Date (year): 2000
Report TitleLake Huron exotic fish surveillance in 1999.
Publisher:US Fish & Wildlife Service, Fishery Resources Office
Publisher Location:Alpena, MI
Pages: 13 p.
Keywords: ruffe, goby, Lake Huron
Neogobius melanostomus MI - Thunder Bay River near mouth, Alpena, MI [Lake Huron] MI - Thunder Bay Shipping Channel (in from mouth 0.6 km) [Alpena, MI] MI - Thunder Bay Shipping Channel (out from mouth 1.5 km) [Alpena, MI] MI - Lake Huron at National Gypsum [Tawas City, MI] MI - Saginaw River [Bay City, MI] MI - Thunder Bay (La Farge Shipping Canal) [Alpena]
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