NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Cooper, J.J. 1983. Distributional ecology of native and introduced fishes of the Pit River system, Northeastern California, with notes on the Modoc sucker. California Fish and Game 69(1):39-53.
Reference Number: 1412
Type: Journal Article
Author: Cooper, J.J.
Date (year): 1983
Article Title:Distributional ecology of native and introduced fishes of the Pit River system, Northeastern California, with notes on the Modoc sucker.
Journal Name: California Fish and Game
Keywords: Pit River, California fishes, introduced fishes
Ameiurus nebulosus CA - Pit River drainage
Ictalurus punctatus CA - Pit River drainage
Lepomis cyanellus CA - Pit River drainage
Lepomis macrochirus CA - Pit River drainage
Micropterus salmoides CA - Pit River drainage
Notemigonus crysoleucas CA - Pit River drainage
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