NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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Reference Number: 1467
Author: Simpson, J.C.
Date (year): 1962
Title:Fishes of Idaho: checklist and keys.
Pages: 19 pp
Keywords: Idaho fishes
Coregonus clupeaformis ID - Lake Pend Orielle
Ictalurus punctatus ID - Snake River from Weiser to Lewiston
Lepomis cyanellus ID - Mud Lake ID - Stone Reservoir
Micropterus dolomieu ID - Snake River downstream from the Swan Falls Dam ID - lower Boise River ID - lower Payette River ID - Wood River ID - Clearwater River
Noturus gyrinus ID - lower Boise River ID - Snake River at Weiser
Oncorhynchus aguabonita ID - several lakes in the Sawtooth Mountains
Oncorhynchus keta ID - Bear Lake
Osmerus mordax ID - several lakes in the Sawtooth Mountains (13 total)
Pimephales promelas ID - Perrine Trout Farm (near Perrine?)
Salmo salar ID - Payette Lake ID - several lakes in the Sawtooth Mountains
Salmo trutta ID - Lake Pend Orielle ID - Clearwater River ID - state non-specific ID - Snake River from American Falls to Weiser ID - Portneuf River
Salvelinus namaycush ID - Bear Lake ID - Priest Lake ID - Lake Pend Orielle ID - Payette Lake
Sander vitreus ID - Lake Pend Orielle
Siphateles bicolor ID - Indian Creek, in Boise Valley
Thymallus arcticus ID - North Fork Payette River ID - North Fork Snake River (Henrys Fork), north of Ashton
Tinca tinca ID - Pend Oreille River ID - Coeur d'Alene drainage
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