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Bestgen, K.R., S.P. Platania, J.E. Brooks, and D.L. Propst. 1989. Dispersal and life history traits of Notropis girardi (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae), introduced into the Pecos River, New Mexico. American Midland Naturalist 122:228-235. http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0003-0031%28198910%29122%3A2%3C228%3ADALHTO%3E2.0.CO%3B2-R.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1485
Type: Journal Article
Author: Bestgen, K.R., S.P. Platania, J.E. Brooks, and D.L. Propst
Date (year): 1989
Article Title:Dispersal and life history traits of Notropis girardi (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae), introduced into the Pecos River, New Mexico.
Journal Name: American Midland Naturalist
Volume: 122
Issue:
Pages: 228-235
URL: http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0003-0031%28198910%29122%3A2%3C228%3ADALHTO%3E2.0.CO%3B2-R
Keywords: Notropis girardi, New Mexico, Pecos River, Arkansas river shiner
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Hybognathus placitus

    NM - Pecos River drainage
    NM - Upper Pecos (HUC6) non-specific
    NM - Pecos River

Notropis girardi

    NM - Pecos River just downstream from Sumner Dam
    NM - irrigation ditches at Fort Sumner
    NM - irrigation ditches at Fort Sumner
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H2 & B1)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H3)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H4)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H5 & B5)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H6 & B6)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H7)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H9 & B7)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al. sampling site H10 & B8)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H11 & B9)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H12 & B11)
    NM - Pecos River at Lake McMillan (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H13 & B12)
    NM - Pecos River at Brantley Lake, N end of lake (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H14)
    NM - Pecos River at Brantley Lake, S end of lake (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H15)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H17)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H2 & B1)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site B2)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site B3)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site B4)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H5 & B5)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H6 & B6)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H9 & B7)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site B8)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al. sampling site H10 & B8)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site B10)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H12 & B11)
    NM - Pecos River at Lake McMillan (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site H13 & B12)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site B13)
    NM - Pecos River (Bestgen et al 1989 sampling site B15)


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