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Halliwell, D.B. 2003. Introduced Fish in Maine.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 13692
Type: Report
Author: Halliwell, D.B.
Date (year): 2003
Report TitleIntroduced Fish in Maine.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 12 p.
Keywords: common carp; goldfish; brown trout; rudd; green sunfish; bluegill; gizzard shad; central mudminnow; white catfish; eastern silvery minnow; spottail shiner; emerald shiner; muskellunge; northern pike; black crappie; walleye; largemouth bass; smallmouth bass; rainbow trout; white perch; golden shiner; fathead minnow; alewife; rainbow smelt; yellow perch; chain pickerel; brook trout; lake trout; splake; atlantic salmon
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus catus

    ME - commercial American eel tanks in Passadumkeag, adjacent to the Penobscot River north of Old Town
    ME - Kennebec River, lower, and Merrymeeting Bay (above Brunswick)
    ME - Kennebec River, lower

Dorosoma cepedianum

    ME - Kennebec River, below the confluence of Sebasticook River in Winslow
    ME - Saco River

Esox lucius

    ME - Umbagog Lake in the headwaters of the Androscoggin River
    ME - Messalonskee Stream where it enters the Kennebec RIver at Waterville
    ME - Sabattus Pond
    ME - Annabessacook Lake
    ME - Songo Lock
    ME - Pushaw Lake
    ME - Belgrade Lakes in the town of Belgrade

Esox masquinongy

    ME - Glazier Lake, on Canada border

Esox niger

    ME - state non-specific

Ictalurus punctatus

    ME - private pond whose outflow empties into the Sheepscot River

Lepomis cyanellus

    ME - 9-acre private trout pond in Brighton PLT in Harmony
    ME - Tucker Stream in Harmony

Lepomis macrochirus

    ME - Balch Pond, Newfield
    ME - Leighs Mill Pond in South Berwick
    ME - 9-acre private trout pond in Brighton PLT in Harmony
    ME - Tucker Stream in Harmony

Leuciscus idus

    ME - farm pond with an intermittent outlet that runs off into the woods without a defined channel (this was given for location; but based on other sources may refer to a pond in Holden)

Micropterus dolomieu

    ME - Umbagog Lake in the headwaters of the Androscoggin River

Morone americana

    ME - state non-specific

Notemigonus crysoleucas

    ME - state non-specific

Notropis hudsonius

    ME - Cathance River, Kennebec River drainage, (actually lower Androscoggin) town of Bowdoinham, Sagadahoc County (map pg 6) lat 43 69 10 N Long 69 53 05 W
    ME - lower Kennnebec River drainage

Osmerus mordax

    ME - state non-specific

Perca flavescens

    ME - state non-specific

Pimephales promelas

    ME - state non-specific

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    ME - Sebago Lake
    ME - Sebasticook Lake
    ME - Penobscot River drainage
    ME - Kennebec River drainage

Sander vitreus

    ME - Long Pond of Belgrade chain

Scardinius erythrophthalmus

    ME - Cobbosseecontee Lake, E of Winthrop

Umbra limi

    ME - Caribou Bog in Old Town


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