NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Koster, W.J. 1957. Guide to the Fishes of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press Albuquerque, NM.
Reference Number: 110
Author: Koster, W.J.
Date (year): 1957
Title:Guide to the Fishes of New Mexico.
Publisher:University of New Mexico Press Albuquerque, NM.
Pages: 116 pp
Keywords: New Mexico, fishes, Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish
Ambloplites rupestris NM - Blue Spring near Carlsbad
Ameiurus melas NM - state non-specific
Ameiurus natalis NM - state non-specific NM - lower Gila River
Ameiurus nebulosus NM - state non-specific
Astyanax mexicanus NM - Rio Grande River, along border with Texas
Carassius auratus NM - Elephant Butte Reservoir NM - Horse Springs in the plains of San Augustin
Gambusia affinis NM - state non-specific
Ictalurus punctatus NM - state non-specific
Lepomis macrochirus NM - state non-specific
Micropterus dolomieu NM - upper Rio Grande NM - lower Gila River
Micropterus salmoides NM - state non-specific
Morone chrysops NM - Pecos River (from Red Bluff Reservoir, TX)
Notemigonus crysoleucas NM - Caballo Reservoir
Oncorhynchus clarkii NM - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus clarkii virginalis NM - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus mykiss NM - state non-specific
Perca flavescens NM - state non-specific
Pimephales promelas NM - Navajo River
Platygobio gracilis NM - Gila River drainage
Pomoxis nigromaculatus NM - state non-specific
Pylodictis olivaris NM - Gila River drainage (upper part of drainage in NM) NM - Gila River drainage NM - Gila River drainage
Salmo trutta NM - state non-specific
Salvelinus fontinalis NM - state non-specific
Sander vitreus NM - Conchas Reservoir NM - Elephant Butte Reservoir
Thymallus arcticus NM - Canjilon area
Tinca tinca NM - canals of the middle Rio Grande Valley
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