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Hughes, R.M. 1981. The plaines killifish, Fundulus zebrinus (Cyprinodontidae), in the Colorado River basin of western North America. Southwestern Naturalist 26(3):321-324.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1429
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hughes, R.M.
Date (year): 1981
Article Title:The plaines killifish, Fundulus zebrinus (Cyprinodontidae), in the Colorado River basin of western North America
Journal Name: Southwestern Naturalist
Volume: 26
Issue: 3
Pages: 321-324
Keywords: plains killifish, Fundulus zebrinus, Colorado River
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Fundulus zebrinus

    AZ - Colorado River, north of Truxton
    AZ - Colorado River
    AZ - Lower Colorado River at river kilometer 191.8, downstream of Royal Arch Creek
    AZ - Lower Colorado River between river kilometers 105.44 and 123.47
    AZ - Little Colorado River, west of Red Lake
    AZ - Little Colorado River, at the confluence of Chevelon Creek
    AZ - Puerco River, at Sanders
    NM - Zuni River
    UT - Lake Powell
    UT - San Juan River, northeast of Mexican Hat
    UT - San Juan River, near Aneth
    UT - Colorado River, 16 km upstream from the mouth of the Green River
    UT - Colorado River, upstream from Moab, approx. 32 km
    CO - Colorado River, south of Mack
    UT - Green River, at Jensen
    CO - Yampa River, lower, at river mile 24 in Dinosaur National Monument
    NM - San Juan River, near Shiprock
    NM - San Juan River in San Juan County
    NM - San Juan River, just west of Navajo Lake
    CO - Colorado River in Grand Junction, CO
    CO - Colorado River, south of Grand Junction
    CO - Gunnison River, north of Bridgeport
    CO - Yampa River, west of Boston Flat


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