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George, C.J. 1981. The fishes of the Adirondack Park. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 141
Type: Book
Author: George, C.J.
Date (year): 1981
Edition:
Title:The fishes of the Adirondack Park.
Publisher:New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Publisher Location:Albany, NY
Volume:
Pages: 94 pp
URL:
Keywords: New York fishes, Adirondacks
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ambloplites rupestris

    NY - Bronx drainage
    NY - Sacandaga drainage
    NY - Mohawk drainage
    NY - Hudson-Hoosic drainage
    NY - Schoharie drainage
    NY - Chenango drainage
    NY - middle Hudson drainage
    NY - East Branch Delaware drainage
    PA - Middle Delaware-Mongaup-Brodhead drainage
     - Rondout (HUC8) non-specific
    NY - lower Hudson drainage
    NJ - Hackensack-Passaic drainage

Lepomis macrochirus

    NY - Black drainage

Micropterus dolomieu

    NY - Mohawk River
    NY - Saratoga Lake
    NY - Efner Lake of the Great Sacandaga watershed
    NY - Schroon system
    NY - Raquette Lake
    NY - Adirondacks
    NY - Mohawk River system
    NY - Mohawk system via Erie Canal
    NY - Saratoga Lake
    NY - Efner Lake of the Great Sacandaga watershed
    NY - Schroon system
    NY - St. Regis drainage
    NY - Raquette drainage
    NY - Upper Hudson drainage
    NY - Sacandaga drainage

Micropterus salmoides

    NY - St. Regis drainage

Notemigonus crysoleucas

    NY - Adirondacks

Perca flavescens

    NY - Raquette drainage
    NY - Black drainage
    NY - Salmon drainage
    NY - St. Regis drainage
    NY - Grass drainage
    NY - Oswegatchie drainage
    TX - Upper Neches drainage
    NY - Sacandaga drainage
    NY - Mohawk drainage

Sander vitreus

    NY - Upper Hudson drainage


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