Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Catostomus ardens listed in key words.

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REFTypeCut-and-Paste Reference
32117 Report Anderson, R. M., and G.B. Stewart. 2003. Riverine fish flow investigations. Colorado Division of Wildlife Fish Research Section, Fort Collins, CO.
32292 Report Holden, P.B., and L.W. Crist. 1981. Documentation of changes in the macroinvertebrate and fish populations in the Green River due to inlet modification of Flaming Gorge Dam. BIO/WEST, Logan, UT.
32033 Journal Article McDonald, D.B., T.L. Parchman, M.R. Bower, W.A. Hubert, and F.J. Rahel. 2008. An introduced and a native vertebrate hybridize to form a genetic bridge to a second native species. PNAS 105(31):31.
24043 Journal Article Mock, K.E., R.P. Evans, M. Crawford, B.L. Cardall, S.U. Janecke, and M.P. Miller. 2006. Rangewide molecular structuring in the Utah sucker (Catostomus ardens). Molecular Ecology 15:2223-2238.
1576 Book Sigler, W.F., and J.W. Sigler. 1987. Fishes of the Great Basin: a natural history. University of Nevada Press, Reno, NV.
1575 Book Sigler, W.F., and J.W. Sigler. 1996. Fishes of Utah: a natural history. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, UT.
1578 Book Chapter Tyus, H.M., B.D. Burdick, R.A. Valdez, C.M. Haynes, T.A. Lytle, and C.R. Berry. 1982. Fishes of the upper Colorado basin: distribution, abundance, and status. Pages 12-70 in Miller, W.H., H.M. Tyus, and C.A. Carlson, eds. Fishes of the upper Colorado River system: present and future. Western Division, American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, MD.
30784 Database Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. 2017. Utah Natural Heritage Program sensitive species occurrence data. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Salt Lake City, UT. Accessed on 11/08/2017.


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