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Lynch, J.D. 1988. Introduction, establishment, and dispersal of western mosquitofish in Nebraska (Actinopterygii:Poeciliidae). Prarie Naturalist 20(4):203-216.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1411
Type: Journal Article
Author: Lynch, J.D.
Date (year): 1988
Article Title:Introduction, establishment, and dispersal of western mosquitofish in Nebraska (Actinopterygii:Poeciliidae).
Journal Name: Prarie Naturalist
Volume: 20
Issue: 4
Pages: 203-216
URL:
Keywords: mosquitofish, Gambusia
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Gambusia affinis

    CO - Mesa County
    CO - La Plata County
    CO - Denver County
    CO - Rio Grande County
    CO - El Paso County
    CO - Pueblo County
    CO - San Luis Valley (Rio Grande headwaters drainage)
    CO - Colorado drainage
    CO - Arkansas drainage
    CO - Rio Grande drainage
    CO - Platte drainage
    CO - White River
    CO - Colorado River just above Gunnison
    CO - San Juan drainage, upper
    CO - middle South Platte-Cherry Creek drainage
    CO - St. Vrain drainage
    CO - Big Thompson drainage
    CO - South Platte (HUC6) non-specific
    CO - Arkansas drainage
    NE - Republican (HUC6) non-specific
    NE - almost anywhere along the Platte and North Platte
    NE - Platte drainage
    NE - state non-specific


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