Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
26266 DatabaseCalifornia Department of Fish and Game.2009California Aquatic Non-native Organism Database (CANOD).
10 Book ChapterCourtenay, W.R., Jr., D.A. Hensley, J.N. Taylor, and J.A. McCann.1984Distribution of exotic fishes in the continental United States.
1577 BookDill, W.A., and A.J. Cordone.1997History and status of introduced fishes in California, 1871-1996. Fish Bulletin 178
29598 Journal ArticleGranfors, Q.2014Flathead catfish population estimate and assessment of population characteristics, Diamond Valley Lake, California
14125 Journal ArticleMatern, S.A., P.B. Moyle, and L.C. Pierce2002Native and alien fishes in a California estuarine marsh: twenty-one years of changing assemblages.
34 BookMorrow, J.E.1980The freshwater fishes of Alaska.
217 BookMoyle, P.B.1976Inland fishes of California.
13709 BookMoyle, P.B.2002Inland fishes of California.
13964 Journal ArticleSommer, T., B. Harrell, M. Nobriga, R. Brown, P. Moyle, W. Kimmerer, and L. Schemel2001California's Yolo Bypass: evidence that flood control can be compatible with fisheries, wetlands, wildlife, and agriculture.
222 Journal ArticleWales, J.H.1962Introduction of pond smelt from Japan to California.


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/20/2019].

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