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Staff :: Dr. Richard Morse

Morse, Dr. Richard  
Collections Manager, Ichthyology
(518) 283-9005
Interests include freshwater and marine fishes. Specialty includes the genetics underlying speciation events
Research & Collections :: Collections :: Biology
Research & Collections :: Research :: Biology

Publications(Click to Expand):
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Brown, M. E., Morse, R., and O'Neill, K. 2012. Spatial, Seasonal, and Diel Distribution Patterns of Hemimysis anomala in New York State's Finger Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38(Suppl. 2):19-24.

Schmidt, R. E., and Morse, R. S. 2011. An Historical Record of Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in Lake Champlain. Northeastern Naturalist 18(2):229-235.

Morse, R. S., and Daniels, R. A. 2009. A Redescription of Catostomus utawana (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae). Copea 2009(2):214-220.

Daniels, R. A., Morse, R. S., Sutherland, J. W., Bombard, R. T., and Boylen, C. W., . 2008. Fish Movement Among Lakes: Are Lakes Isolated?. Northeastern Naturalist 15:577-588.

Morse, R. 2005. The Rediscovery of a Species. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1(3):7.

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Morse, R. S., B. R. Weatherwax, and R. A. Daniels 2009 Rare Fishes of Oswayo Creek and Upper Allegheny River. Final Report for Management of New York State's Fish Species of Greatest Conservation Concern, State Wildlife Grants--Grant T-5. Report prepared for Bureau of Wildlife, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, Albany, New York.

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