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Linder, A.D. 1963. Idaho's alien fishes. Tebiwa 6(2):12-15.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1419
Type: Journal Article
Author: Linder, A.D.
Date (year): 1963
Article Title:Idaho's alien fishes.
Journal Name: Tebiwa
Volume: 6
Issue: 2
Pages: 12-15
Keywords: Idaho, introduced fishes, salmo trutta
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alosa sapidissima

    ID - Bear River at Montpelier
    ID - Bear Lake
    UT - Weber River at Ogden
    UT - Bear Lake
    UT - Bear River at Cache Junction

Ambloplites rupestris

    ID - ponds at Payette
    ID - ponds at Troy (east of Moscow)

Coregonus clupeaformis

    ID - Coeur d'Alene Lake
    ID - Lake Pend Oreille
    ID - Hayden Lake, small body of water north of Pend d'Oreille
    ID - Bear Lake near Fish Haven, ID

Esox lucius

    ID - Boise River near Boise

Ictalurus punctatus

    ID - Boise River

Lepomis gulosus

    ID - Boise River near Boise

Lepomis macrochirus

    ID - Twin Falls County

Micropterus salmoides

    ID - Bear Lake

Oncorhynchus mykiss kamloops strain

    ID - Lake Pend Orielle

Perca flavescens

    ID - private ponds near Hauser and Shoshone (SPLIT)
    ID - Newman Lake

Pimephales promelas

    ID - Twin Falls

Pomoxis annularis

    ID - Boise River near Boise

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    ID - Boise River near Boise

Salmo salar

    ID - Boise River, at Caldwell
    ID - Hayden Lake
    ID - Spirit Lake

Salvelinus alpinus oquassa

    ID - Alice Lake
    ID - Vernon Lake
    ID - Redfish Lake
    ID - Sawtooth Lakes

Salvelinus namaycush

    ID - Lake Pend Orielle
    ID - Twin Lakes
    ID - Bear Lake

Tinca tinca

    ID - Kootenai County, a lake and a pond
    ID - Latah County, pond
    WA - Diamond Lake


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