NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Courtenay, W.R., and J.E. Deacon. 1982. Status of introduced fishes in certain spring systems in southern Nevada. Great Basin Naturalist 42(3):361-366.
Reference Number: 386
Type: Journal Article
Author: Courtenay, W.R., and J.E. Deacon.
Date (year): 1982
Article Title:Status of introduced fishes in certain spring systems in southern Nevada.
Journal Name: Great Basin Naturalist
Keywords: introduced fishes, Nevada
Archocentrus nigrofasciatus NV - Rogers Spring (Overton Arm of Lake Mead) NV - Ash Spring, Alamo NV - Crystal Spring
Hypostomus sp. NV - Indian Spring, 1.3 km S of US 95 off MacFarland Ave. NV - Indian Springs
Poecilia latipinna NV - Rogers Spring (Overton Arm of Lake Mead) NV - Blue Point Spring near Lake Mead
Poecilia reticulata NV - Indian Springs
Pseudotropheus zebra NV - Rogers Spring (Overton Arm of Lake Mead)
Tilapia mariae NV - Rogers Spring (Overton Arm of Lake Mead) NV - Blue Point Spring outlet, Lake Mead National Recreation area at S.R. 41
Tilapia zillii NV - ponds in Cottonwood Park, Pahrump Valley
Xiphophorus hellerii NV - Indian Springs NV - Indian Springs
Xiphophorus maculatus NV - Blue Point Springs near Lake Mead
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