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Distribution of Clinostomum marginatum (Yellow Grub) Metacercaria in Smallmouth Bass Populations from Crooked Creek in North Central Arkansas

@article{Daly2002DistributionOC,
  title={Distribution of Clinostomum marginatum (Yellow Grub) Metacercaria in Smallmouth Bass Populations from Crooked Creek in North Central Arkansas},
  author={James J. Daly and Bruce Deyoung and T L Hostetler and Randal J. Keller},
  journal={Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science},
  year={2002},
  volume={56},
  pages={42-46}
}
Fourhundred thirty-three smallmouthbass (Micropterus dolomieui) were collectedfrom ten sites on Crooked Creek in North Central Arkansasfrom just below the city of Harrison to the White River in the summers of 1988-90.Necropsy of thesehosts for yellowgrub {Clinostomum marginatum) metacercariae showed a range of mean abundance (average/fish) from 1.4± 1.9 (SD) at a far up stream site to 105± 368 at the White River juncture. An increasing mean abundance of C. marginatumwas seen from the uppermost… 

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