Last updated on 14 June 2016
The Northern pike Esox lucius shows a low level of genetic differentiation throughout their distribution range in St. Lawrence River (Bosworth and Farrell 2006, Ouellet-Cauchon et al. 2014).
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Mingelbier, M., P. Brodeur and J. Morin. (2008). Spatially explicit model predicting the spawning habitat and early stage mortality of Northern pike (Esox lucius) in a large system: the St. Lawrence River between 1960 and 2000. Hydrobiologia 601(1) : 55-69ftp://ftp.mrnf.gouv.qc.ca/Public/Defh/Sfa/ReferencesSL/Mingelbier%20et%20al%202008.pdf