Prevalence and Pathogenicity of a Heterophyid Trematode Infecting the Gills of an Endangered Fish, the Fountain Darter, in Two Central Texas Spring-Fed Rivers – Edwards Aquifer Authority

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Prevalence and Pathogenicity of a Heterophyid Trematode Infecting the Gills of an Endangered Fish, the Fountain Darter, in Two Central Texas Spring-Fed Rivers

Author: Mitchell, A.J., Salmon, M.J., Huffman, D.G., Goodwin, A.E., and Brandt, T.M.
Year: 2000
Document Number: 1218
HCP EIS Reference: Mitchell, A.J., Salmon, M.J., Huffman, D.G., Goodwin, A.E., and Brandt, T.M., 2000, Prevalence and pathogenicity of a Heterophyid Trematode infecting the gills of an endangered fish, the Fountain Darter, in two central Texas spring-fed rivers: Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, 12: 283-289.
Pages: 7
Citation Name: Mitchell, Salmon, Huffman, Goodwin, Brandt 2000
Publisher Citation: Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 12: 283-289
Location: Comal River, San Marcos River
File: 2000_Mitchell-etal_HeterophyidTrematode.pdf
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