Otoliths suggest lifespans more than 30 years for free-living bowfin Amia calva: Implications for fisheries management in the bowfishing era

Alec R Lackmann, Ewelina S. Bielak-Lackmann, Malcolm G. Butler, Mark E. Clark

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