Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
951 Journal ArticleBradley, W.G., and J.E. Deacon1967The biotic communities of southern Nevada.
210 BookBrown, C.J.D.1971Fishes of Montana.
20826 DatabaseCalifornia Academy of Sciences.2011California Academy of Sciences - Ichthyology Collection Database.
385 Journal ArticleCourtenay, W.R., Jr., and J.E. Deacon1983Fish introductions in the American Southwest: a case history of Rogers Spring, Nevada.
467 Journal ArticleCourtenay, W.R., Jr., C.R. Robins, R.M. Bailey, and J.E. Deacon1987Records of exotic fishes from Idaho and Wyoming.
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.
459 Book ChapterCourtenay, W.R., Jr., D.P. Jennings, and J.D. Williams.1991Appendix 2: Exotic fishes
1096 Journal ArticleCourtenay, W.R., Jr., J.E. Deacon, D.W. Sada, R.C. Allan, and G.L. Vinyard1985Comparative status of fishes along the course of the pluvial White River, Nevada.
286 Journal ArticleCross, J.N.1976Status of the native fish fauna of the Moapa River (Clark County, Nevada).
279 Journal ArticleDeacon, J.E., and J.E. Williams1984Annotated list of the fishes of Nevada.
237 Journal ArticleDeacon, J.E., and W.G. Bradley1972Ecological distribution of fishes of Moapa (Muddy) River in Clark County, Nevada.
18857 DatabaseFlorida Museum of Natural History2009Ichthyology Collection database.
33783 DatabaseFlorida Museum of Natural History2019Florida Museum of Natural History ichthyology collection database
21076 DatabaseFlorida Museum of Natural History.2011Collection records of Poecilia latipunctata, P. mexicana, P. reticulata, Xiphophorus hellerii, X. maculatus, and X. variatus. Provided by Rob Robins on 30 Aug 2011.
1474 Journal ArticleHahn, D.E.1966An introduction of Poecilia mexicana (Osteichthyes: Poeciliidae) into Colorado.
208 BookHolton, G.D.1990A field guide to Montana fishes.
360 ReportHowells, R.G.1992Annotated list of non-native fishes, mollusks, crustaceans, and aquatic plants, in Texas waters. Management Data Series No. 78.
120 Journal ArticleHubbs, C., and J.E. Deacon1964Additional introductions of tropical fishes into southern Nevada.
601 Journal ArticleMearns, A.J.1975Poeciliopsis gracilis (Heckel), a newly introduced poeciliid fish in California.
109 BookMinckley, W.L.1973Fishes of Arizona.
217 BookMoyle, P.B.1976Inland fishes of California.
20908 DatabaseNorth Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.2011North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences - Ichthyology Collection Database.
1385 Conference ProceedingsRinne, J.N.1995The effects of introduced fishes on native fishes: Arizona, Southwestern United States.
675 Journal ArticleScoppettone, G.G.1993Interactions between native and nonnative fishes of the Upper Muddy River, Nevada.
20838 DatabaseScripps Institution of Oceanography.2011Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Marine Vertebrate Collection.
602 Journal ArticleSt. Amant, J.A., and I. Sharp1971Addition of Xiphophorus variatus (Meek) to the California fauna.
782 ReportU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.1983The Moapa dace recovery plan.
14257 Web PageU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.2005National Wildlife Refuge System Invasive Species.
25944 DatabaseUeda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S. Loarie.2021iNaturalist.org
13955 Web PageVinyard, G.L.2001Fish Species Recorded from Nevada.
306 BookWoodling, J.1985Colorados Little Fish: a guide to the minnows and other lesser known fishes in the state of Colorado.
312 ReportZuckerman, L.D.1983Rio Grande Fishes Management. Quarterly Report, Oct. 1983 through Dec. 1983.
679 Book ChapterZuckerman, L.D., and R.J. Behnke.1986Introduced fishes in the San Luis Valley, Colorado.


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