NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Miller, R.J., and H.W. Robison. 2004. Fishes of Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK.
Reference Number: 13951
Author: Miller, R.J., and H.W. Robison.
Date (year): 2004
Title:Fishes of Oklahoma.
Publisher:University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK.
Pages: 450 pp
Alosa chrysochloris KS - Chikaskia drainage
Ameiurus nebulosus OK - Little Pine Lake OK - Feamster Lake [SW Broken Bow] OK - Thomas Lake OK - Thomas Lake OK - West Pine Lake OK - small tributary between Lost and West Pine Lakes
Carassius auratus OK - Cabin Creek(s) in Craig Co. just below Lake O' the Cherokees OK - Fort Gibson Lake OK - Lake Tenkiller OK - Washita Creek arm of Lake Texoma OK - lake(s) at headwaters of Stillwater Creek OK - South Carrizo Creek
Chrosomus eos OK - state non-specific
Dorosoma petenense OK - Robert S. Kerr Reservoir drainage OK - Poteau drainage
Hiodon tergisus OK - Mountain Fork River six miles above its confluence with Little River, immediately below US-70 bridge east of Broken Bow.
Lepomis gulosus - Middle Canadian-Spring (HUC8) non-specific - Middle Canadian-Spring (HUC8) non-specific OK - Lower Cimarron-Skeleton (HUC8) non-specific OK - Upper Washita (HUC8) non-specific
Lepomis megalotis - Lower Beaver (HUC8) non-specific
Micropterus punctulatus OK - Lower North Fork Red (HUC8) non-specific TX - Wichita River drainage
Morone chrysops OK - Deep Fork drainage OK - Lower North Canadian drainage OK - Lower Canadian drainage - Farmers-Mud (HUC8) non-specific - Lake Texoma (HUC8) non-specific TX - Little Wichita (HUC8) non-specific KS - Medicine Lodge drainage - Chikaskia (HUC8) non-specific AR - Dardanelle Reservoir drainage OK - Cache (HUC8) non-specific OK - Northern Beaver (HUC8) non-specific OK - Blue-China drainage OK - West Cache drainage
Notropis nubilus OK - Blue River
Pimephales promelas OK - state non-specific
Sander vitreus OK - Canton Lake
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