NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Swift, C., R.W. Yerger, and P.R. Parrish. 1977. Distribution and natural history of the fresh and brackish water fishes of the Ochlocknee River, Florida and Georgia. Bulletin of Tall Timbers Research Station 20:1-111.
Reference Number: 183
Type: Journal Article
Author: Swift, C., R.W. Yerger, and P.R. Parrish.
Date (year): 1977
Article Title:Distribution and natural history of the fresh and brackish water fishes of the Ochlocknee River, Florida and Georgia.
Journal Name: Bulletin of Tall Timbers Research Station
Keywords: Ochlocknee River, Florida, Georgia, fishes
Cyprinus carpio FL - below Jackson Bluff dam on the Ochlocknee FL - lower third of Ochlocknee river FL - lower third of Ochlocknee River FL - Spring Creek 16.1 km east of Ochlocknee River FL - Spring Creek 16.1 km east of Ochlocknee River FL - Apalachicola River, especially below Jim Woodruff Dam FL - Lake Jackson
Hybopsis cf. winchelli FL - Rocky Comfort Creek at State Hwy 267 crossing
Morone saxatilis FL - Lake Talquin at US highway 90 FL - Lake Talquin FL - Lake Talquin
Notemigonus crysoleucas FL - Ochlocknee drainage
Notropis harperi FL - Lake Jackson, west end
Pimephales promelas FL - Stiles Pond on the northern outskirts of Tallahassee (pond no longer exists) FL - near a boat landing on Ford's Arm of Lake Jackson
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