NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Smith, P.W. 1979. The fishes of Illinois. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, IL.
Reference Number: 105
Author: Smith, P.W.
Date (year): 1979
Title:The fishes of Illinois.
Publisher:University of Illinois Press
Publisher Location:Urbana, IL
Pages: 314 pp
Keywords: Illinois, fishes, Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish, Dorosoma cepedianum, gizzard shad
Alosa pseudoharengus IL - Lake Michigan IL - Lake Michigan
Ameiurus catus IL - Illinois River IL - Illinois River, middle section IL - state non-specific IL - Kaskaskia River IL - state non-specific IL - Mississippi River IL - Mississippi River IL - Kaskaskia River at Carlyle Lake MO - Mississippi River on Illinois border; at Perry/Cape Girardeau County border
Carassius auratus IL - Illinois River and its headwaters in the Chicago area IL - Pecatonica River at Freeport IL - Rock River at Rockford IL - northeast corner of county
Ctenopharyngodon idella IL - Mississippi River near Chester IL - state non-specific IL - Mississippi River up to Pike County in the state
Cyprinella lutrensis IL - Channel Lake in Lake County
Cyprinus carpio IL - Lake Michigan
Dorosoma cepedianum IL - state non-specific
Dorosoma petenense MO - The Sny drainage MO - Salt drainage IL - Cahokia-Joachim HUC-8 MO - Peruque-Piasa drainage IL - Lower Kaskaskia HUC-8 IL - Saline drainage MO - Lower Missouri Drainage- HUC 8
Esox masquinongy IL - state non-specific
Gambusia affinis IL - state non-specific IL - Green MO - The Sny MO - Peruque-Piasa
Ictalurus furcatus IA - Coon-Yellow drainage
Lepomis gibbosus IL - Lower Kaskaskia HUC-8 IL - Lower Ohio HUC-8
Lepomis microlophus IL - northern part of the state (native to southern part of state) IL - Lower Illinois-Lake Chautauqua HUC-8 IL - IL - Spoon HUC-8 IL - Vermilion HUC-8 IL - Upper Sangamon HUC-8 IL - Upper Kaskaskia HUC-8 IL - Embarras HUC-8 IL - Little Wabash drainage OR - Upper Fox HUC-8
Micropterus punctulatus MO - Upper Mississippi-Cape Girardeau HUC-8 IL - Mackinaw HUC-8 IL - Kishwaukee River tributaries
Morone chrysops WI - Upper Fox- HUC 8
Morone mississippiensis WI - Upper Rock- HUC 8
Morone saxatilis IL - Ohio River IL - Ohio River IL - Ohio River to as far north as Kaskaskia River IL - Crab Orchard Lake IL - tributary IL - tributary
Oncorhynchus kisutch IL - Lake Michigan IL - Lake Michigan
Oncorhynchus mykiss IA - state non-specific IL - state non-specific IL - streams in northern Illinois IL - state non-specific IL - Will County IL - McHenry County IL - Winnebago County IL - Tazewell County IL - Rock Island County IL - Lake Michigan IN - Lake Michigan MI - Lake Michigan WI - state non-specific WI - Lake Michigan
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha IL - Lake Michigan IL - Lake Michigan IL - Lake Michigan off Zion
Osmerus mordax IL - Lake Michigan IL - Lake Michigan IL - Illinois River (via ship canal from Lake Michigan)
Petromyzon marinus IL - Lake Michigan, lower IL - Lake Michigan IL - Lake Michigan MI - Lake Michigan, lower MI - Lake Michigan
Pungitius pungitius IL - Illinois River (upper) IL - Des Plaines River
Salmo trutta IL - Kishwaukee River tributaries IL - Pecatonica River tributaries (IL/WI border) IL - Rock River at Rockton IL - Lake Michigan, shoreline
Salvelinus fontinalis IL - northern streams
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