NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Ross, S.T. 2001. The inland fishes of Mississippi. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, MS. https://aquila.usm.edu/faculty_books/16/.
Reference Number: 13712
Author: Ross, S.T.
Date (year): 2001
Title:The inland fishes of Mississippi.
Publisher:University Press of Mississippi
Publisher Location:Jackson, MS
Carassius auratus MS - Pearl River near Carthage MS - near the Wolf River in Benton County MS - Sardis Lake (Tallahatchie River) northwest of Oxford in northern Mississippi MS - Otoucalofa Creek (near Enid Lake) MS - Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway MS - Yazoo River drainage MS - Mississippi River - northern portion (above Yazoo) MS - Mississippi River - northern portion (above Yazoo) MS - Little Tallahatchie (HUC-8)
Colossoma macropomum MS - Old Fort Bayou, in Ocean Springs, few hundred feet above bridges, off road off Hospital Road (which is off Hwy 57), approximate location
Ctenopharyngodon idella MS - Mississippi Coastal (HUC-8) MS - Yazoo River drainage MS - Mississippi River near St. Francisville MS - Coles Creek (HUC-8)
Cyprinus carpio MS - upper Tombigbee system MS - Middle Tombigbee-Lubbub (HUC-8) MS - Noxubee (HUC-8) MS - Upper Pearl (HUC-8) MS - Pickwick Lake MS - Bear (HUC-8) MS - Lower Mississippi-Greenville(HUC-8) MS - Yalobusha (HUC-8) MS - Upper Big Black (HUC-8) MS - Lower Big Black (HUC-8) MS - Bayou Pierre (HUC-8) MS - Coles Creek (HUC-8)
Enneacanthus gloriosus MS - Lower Big Black (HUC8) non-specific
Fundulus catenatus MS - Pearl River south of Hwy. 84 MS - West Fort Amite River in Amite County, Lake Pontchartrain drainage
Hypophthalmichthys nobilis MS - unspecified, in close proximity to Little Black Creek MS - Yazoo River (lower part)near the mouth MS - Mississippi River near Greenville MS - Pascagoula River (at the mouth) IL - Big Muddy River (RM 4.8)
Oncorhynchus mykiss MS - Big Sunflower River (HUC-8)
Pimephales promelas MS - Upper Leaf (HUC-8) MS - Little Tallahatchie (HUC-8) MS - Yalobusha (HUC-8) MS - Big Sunflower River (HUC-8)
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