Reference List

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

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1555 Report Gorges, M. 1994. Wyoming resident fish habitat management strategy. Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming State Office, Cheyenne, WY.
1424 Journal Article Haynes, C.M., R.T. Muth, and L.C. Wycoff. 1982. Range extension for the redside shiner, Richarsonius balteatus (Richardson), in the upper Colorado River drainage. Southwestern Naturalist 27(2):223.
1608 Journal Article Larkin, P.A., and S.B. Smith. 1954. Some effects of introduction of the redside shiner on the Kamloops trout in Paul Lake, British Columbia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 83(1):161-175.
114 Journal Article Miller, R.R. 1952. Bait fishes of the lower Colorado River, from Lake Mead, Nevada, to Yuma, Arizona, with a key for identification. California Fish and Game 38:7-42.
127 Book Sigler, W.F., and R.R. Miller. 1963. Fishes of Utah. Utah Department of Fish and Game, Salt Lake City, UT.
206 Report Simon, J.R. 1946. Wyoming Fishes. Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Cheyenne.
24480 Conference Proceedings Welch, C., and L. Bodensteiner. 2011. Age, growth, and diet of an introduced minnow, redside shiner Richardsonius balteatus, in Ross Lake, Washington. Page 415 in American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting. American Fisheries Society. Seattle, WA.
1365 Journal Article Wydoski, R.S., and D.H. Bennett. 1981. Forage species in lakes and reservoirs of the western United States. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 110(6):764-771.


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