NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Hartel, K. 1992. Non-native fishes known from Massachusetts freshwaters. Occasional Reports of the MCZ Fish Department 2:1-9.
Reference Number: 103
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hartel, K.
Date (year): 1992
Article Title:Non-native fishes known from Massachusetts freshwaters.
Journal Name: Occasional Reports of the MCZ Fish Department
Keywords: Massachusetts, introduced fishes, dorosoma cepedianum, gizzard shad
Ambloplites rupestris MA - western drainages
Ameiurus catus MA - Charles River drainage MA - Merrimack River drainage MA - lower Connecticut River drainage
Ameiurus melas MA - state non-specific MA - state non-specific
Ameiurus natalis MA - central MA drainages
Amia calva MA - Lake Onota, near Pittsfield MA - Connecticut River drainage MA - Merrimack River MA - Nashawannuck Pond , Easthampton MA - Sunderland, Connecticut River at 2nd Island MA - Hadley, Connecticut River 1 mile below Rt. 9 bridge
Amphilophus citrinellus MA - Dodgeville Pond, Attleboro MA - Dodgeville Pond, Attleboro, Ten Mile River drainage
Astronotus ocellatus MA - state non-specific
Carassius auratus MA - state non-specific
Coregonus clupeaformis MA - Maple Springs, on the Agawam River.
Ctenopharyngodon idella MA - state non-specific
Cyprinella lutrensis MA - Dickey Brook, New Salem
Cyprinus carpio MA - state non-specific
Esox lucius MA - Cheshire Reservoir MA - Lake Onota, near Pittsfield MA - state non-specific MA - Connecticut River
Esox lucius × masquinongy MA - state non-specific
Esox masquinongy MA - state non-specific
Esox niger MA - state non-specific
Hypentelium nigricans MA - outlet stream below North Hadley Ponds, Hadley, tributary of the Connecticut River
Ictalurus punctatus MA - Connecticut River MA - Charles River drainage
Lepisosteus oculatus MA - pond at Amherst
Lepomis cyanellus MA - Assabet River drainage MA - Bristol County
Lepomis macrochirus MA - state non-specific
Lepomis sp. MA - state non-specific
Micropterus dolomieu MA - state non-specific
Micropterus salmoides MA - state non-specific
Morone americana MA - state non-specific
Myloplus rubripinnis MA - Cook's Pond, at Fall River
Notropis atherinoides MA - state non-specific
Notropis volucellus MA - Connecticut River
Noturus gyrinus MA - upper Chicopee drainage
Noturus insignis MA - Crooked Springs Brook, Chelmsford NH - state non-specific NH - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus kisutch MA - North River
Oncorhynchus mykiss MA - Deerfield drainage MA - Westfield drainage MA - Housatonic River drainage MA - Connecticut River drainage
Oncorhynchus nerka MA - Onota Lake, Pittsfield MA - Laurel Lake, in Lee MA - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha MA - state non-specific
Osmerus mordax MA - state non-specific
Piaractus brachypomus MA - Webster Lake, Webster [=Lake Chaubunagungamaug]
Pimephales notatus MA - Quabbin Reservoir MA - Housatonic River drainage
Pimephales promelas MA - pond on the Univ. of Mass., Amherst campus MA - Housatonic River drainage MA - Concord drainage at one locality
Pomoxis annularis MA - Connecticut River near the vicinity of Easthampton
Pomoxis nigromaculatus MA - state non-specific
Pygocentrus nattereri MA - Island Grove Pond, Abington
Salmo salar MA - state non-specific
Salmo trutta MA - state non-specific MA - Berkshire Valley [unspecified coldwater streams] MA - Cape Cod drainage MA - Central uplands of Massachusetts [unspecified coldwater streams]
Salvelinus namaycush MA - Quabbin Reservoir MA - Wachusett Reservoir MA - state non-specific MA - state non-specific MA - state non-specific
Sander vitreus MA - Connecticut River MA - state non-specific MA - Assawompsett River MA - Taunton-Nemasket River
Scardinius erythrophthalmus MA - Charles River, Cambridge/Boston MA - Charles River, Boston/Cambridge at Newall Boat House MA - Charles River, Boston/Cambridge at Newall Boat House MA - Charles River Boston/Cambridge, just up river of the Newell Boat House MA - Big Benton Lake, Otis
Umbra limi MA - 3-4 localities in the Connecticut River Valley MA - Mill River, Amherst MA - Raspberry Brook, Longmeadow
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