Dataset

Carp Gudgeons Data Collection

University of Canberra
Dr Peter Unmack (Managed by)
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Carp gudgeons are the most abundant, widespread and biodiverse freshwater fishes in southeastern Australia. The unacknowledged presence of many cryptic species and sexually-parasitic lineages severely taints all research on this cornerstone group. This collection will bring together a significant amount of data generated as part of an ARC funded Discovery Project studying 5- to 6- thousand samples from aquarium trials and native wild ranges. 

This project is the work of Peter Unmack (University of Canberra) and Mark Adams (Museum of South Australia).

Created: 2015 to 2017

Data time period: 2015 to 2017

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  • Local : canberra.edu.au/Collection/Dcgdc001