Reference List

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

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34288 News andy. 2020. Odd pair of fish caught in Columbia near Tri-cities. Northwest Sportsman. Seattle, WA. Created on 04/21/2020. Accessed on 04/23/2020.
31604 Report Binion, G. 2016. H-4 (Gonzales) Reservoir 2015 Fisheries Management Survey Report. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Inland Fisheries Division, Mathis, TX.
29754 Database FishNet. 2014. FishNet. Created on 06/16/2014. Accessed on 12/06/2017.
34177 News Hooper, B. 2020. Large, non-native fish found in Pennsylvania pond. United Press International. Washington, D.C. Created on 03/05/2020. Accessed on 03/12/2020.
37230 Web Page Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. 2021. First-ever Alligator Gar Caught in Kansas. Created on 10/14/2021. Accessed on 10/14/2021.
31588 Report Norman, J., and R. Ott. 2017. Lake Fairfield 2016 Fisheries Management Survey Report. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Inland Fisheries Division, Tyler, TX.
39526 Journal Article Parker, J.C. 1965. An annotated checklist of the fishes of the Galveston Bay System, Texas. Publ. Institute of Marine Science 10:201-220.
34178 News Radnor Police Department. 2020. Rare fish located in Radnor pond. Radnor Police Department Twitter Page. Radnor, PA. Created on 03/04/2020. Accessed on 03/12/2020.
514 Journal Article Raquel, P.F. 1992. Record of the alligator gar (Lepisosteus spatula) from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. California Fish and Game 78(4):169-171.
30788 Web Page Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. 2018. Lake Survey Reports. Accessed on 11/30/2018.
25944 Database Ueda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S. Loarie. 2021. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. Accessed on 11/23/2021.


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