The fishes of Champaign County, Illinois, as affected by 60 years of stream changes

by R. Weldon Larimore

Publisher: State of Illinois Dept. of Registration and Education, Natural History Survey Division in Urbana

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Statement[by] R. Weldon Larimore [and] Philip W. Smith.
SeriesBulletin (Illinois. Natural History Survey Division) -- v. 28, article 2
ContributionsSmith, Philip Wayner.
The Physical Object
Pagination299-382 p.
Number of Pages382
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22880247M

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Smith. Sam Parr Biological Station is established near Kinmundy. The station has 27 experimental ponds for fisheries research. In Champaign County, marshes and tallgrass prairie have been converted to farmland, cities, and highways.

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Weldon (Richard Weldon), -Some of the page numbers toward the end of the book were either printed off of the page, or too close to the edge of the pages to catch. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Pages: The Fishes of Illinois devotes a full chapter to each of the state's twenty-eight families of fishes, identifying each family's common and scientific name and detailing its evolutionary relationships and economic importance.

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