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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 Details:
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
Volume: 20
Issue:
Pages: 1-111
URL:
Keywords: Ochlocknee River, Florida, Georgia, fishes
Fact Sheets and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cyprinus carpio

    FL - below Jackson Bluff dam on the Ochlocknee
    FL - lower third of Ochlockonee River
    FL - lower third of Ochlockonee River
    FL - Spring Creek 16.1 km east of Ochlockonee River
    FL - Spring Creek 16.1 km east of Ochlockonee 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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