Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
406 BookBean, T.H.1903The Food and Game Fishes of New York: notes on their comon names, distribution, habits and mode of capture.
19642 Web PageBerwyn, B.2008Fish fill Lake Dillon to remember angler.
26100 Web PageColorado Division of Wildlife.2013Fishing:Awards and Records:Records by Weight.
460 ReportEmery, L.1985Review of fish introduced into the Great Lakes, 1819-1974. Technical Report No. 45.
24127 Web PageFish Explorer, LLC.2011What's the story with Dillion Res?
57 ReportFowler, H.W.1906The Fishes of New Jersey in Annual Report to the New Jersey State Museum for 1905.
54 ReportFowler, H.W.1907A supplementary acount of the fishes of New Jersey. IN: Annual Report of the New Jersey State Museum (1906). Part III.
60 Journal ArticleFowler, H.W.1920A list of the fishes of New Jersey.
59 Journal ArticleFowler, H.W.1952A list of the fishes of New Jersey, with off-shore species.
24470 ReportFrost, F.O.2001Arctic charr management plan.
1700 ReportHoover, E.E.1936Prelimary biological survey of some New Hampshire lakes.
132 OtherIdaho Fish and Game.1990Fisheries Management Plan 1991-1995. Appendix I - A list of Idaho fishes and their distribution by drainage.
1565 Journal ArticleKendall, W.C.1914The fishes of New England. The salmon family. Part I - The trout or charrs.
1590 ReportKircheis, F.W.1975Draft blueback trout management plan.
19641 Journal ArticleKircheis, F.W., I. Kornfield, and S. Seyoum1995Genetic identity of transplanted Arctic char: implications for restocking programs.
1419 Journal ArticleLinder, A.D.1963Idaho's alien fishes.
27173 DatabaseMaine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife2012Maine historical fish stocking through 2011
24779 DatabaseNew Hampshire Fish and Game Department.2012New Hampshire historical fish stocking database, ~1930-1990. Provided August 2012 by Scott Decker.
24226 ReportRavenel, W. de C.1897Report on the propagation and distribution of food-fishes.
106 BookScarola, J.F.1973Freshwater fishes of New Hampshire.
133 BookSimpson, J., and R. Wallace.1978Fishes of Idaho.
356 BookStiles, E.W.1978Vertebrates of New Jersey.
27764 DatabaseUnited States Environmental Protection Agency2015Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP) Northeast Lakes 1991-1994.
1390 ReportWalker, P.1993A list of the endemic and introduced fishes of Colorado-March 1993.
1537 BookWhitworth, W.R.1996Freshwater fishes of Connecticut. Bulletin 114.
13708 BookWydoski, R.S., and R.R. Whitney.2003Inland Fishes of Washington. Second Edition.


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/2/2021].

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