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Boschung, H.T., Jr., and R.L. Mayden. 2004. Fishes of Alabama. Smithsonian Books, Washington, DC.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 14971
Type: Book
Author: Boschung, H.T., Jr., and R.L. Mayden.
Date (year): 2004
Edition:
Title:Fishes of Alabama.
Publisher:Smithsonian Books
Publisher Location:Washington, DC
Volume:
Pages: 736 pp
URL:
Keywords: fishes, Alabama, distribution
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus catus

    AL - Martin Reservoir
    AL - Sougahatchee Creek, Tallapoosa drainage
    AL - Choctawhatchee drainage at state line
    AL - Halls Mill Creek, Mobile County
    AL - Mobile-Tensaw system
    AL - Pickwick Lake, Colbert County
    AL - Tennessee River near Bridgeport
    AL - Tennessee tributary, at or near Bird Spring Lake
    AL - Coosa drainage, upper
    AL - Coosa River near Greensport
    AL - Martin Lake, just below
    AL - Lay Lake, impoundment on the Coosa River

Ameiurus melas

    AL - Conecuh drainage, upper (all drainages east of Mobile basin)
    AL - Patsaliga drainage
    AL - Sepulga drainage
    AL - Pea drainage
    AL - Upper Choctawhatchee drainage
    AL - Lower Conecuh drainage

Campostoma oligolepis

    AL - Big Escambia Creek at I-65 crossing, Escambia River drainage in AL

Carassius auratus

    AL - Coosa River
    AL - Sougahatchee Creek, Tallapoosa drainage
    AL - Cowarts Creek
    AL - Sandy Creek, Henry County
    AL - Sougahatchee Creek, Yates Reservoir
    AL - Choccolocco Creek
    AL - Big Spring Creek, trib. of Guntersville Reservoir
    AL - Piney Creek, trib of Wheeler Reservoir
    AL - Wheeler Lake tributary just east of Limestone Creek
    AL - Apalachicola Basin

Cyprinus carpio

    AL - Choctawhatchee drainage
    AL - Conecuh drainage
    AL - Sipsey (HUC-8)
    AL - Noxubee (HUC-8)
    AL - Mississippi Coastal (HUC-8)

Dorosoma petenense

    AL - Tallapoosa, reservoirs
    AL - Coosa River (in lower half)
    AL - Mobile basin above the Fall Line in Cahaba drainage
    AL - Mobile basin above the Fall Line in Coosa drainage
    AL - Mobile basin above the Fall Line in Tallapoosa drainage
    AL - Tennessee drainage, reservoirs
    AL - Big Creek Lake, a municipal reservoir of Mobile, on a trib. of the Escatawpa
    TN - Lower Elk drainage
    AL - Pickwick Lake
    AL - Guntersville Lake
    AL - Wheeler Lake
    AL - Bear River system
    TN - Holston drainage
    TN - lower French Broad
    TN - Watts Bar Lake drainage
    TN - middle Tennessee-Chickamauga
    TN - Upper Elk drainage
    TN - Hiwassee drainage

Esox masquinongy

    AL - Tallapoosa River, Elmore County
    AL - Thurlow Reservoir and in the Tallapoosa River proper below the Thurlow dam

Gambusia holbrooki

    AL - state non-specific

Hypentelium nigricans

    TN - Conasauga drainage

Lepomis auritus

    AL - Guntersville Lake
    AL - Wheeler Lake
    AL - Coosa-Tallapoosa drainage
    AL - Coosa drainage, upper
    AL - Coosa drainage, middle
    AL - Coosa River drainage
    AL - Tallapoosa drainage
    AL - Coosa drainage, lower
    AL - Tallapoosa drainage, upper
    AL - Tallapoosa drainage, middle
    AL - Tallapoosa, lower
    AL - Coosa-Tallapoosa drainage
    AL - Tombigbee-Black Warrior
    AL - Black Warrior drainage (upper part)
    AL - Choctawhatchee drainage
    AL - Tennessee drainage (Wheeler Lake HUC)
    AL - Tennessee drainage (Guntersville Lake HUC)
    FL - St. Andrew-St. Joseph Bays drainage
    AL - Choctawhatchee River
    FL - Lower Choctawhatchee HUC-8

Lepomis humilis

    AL - Buttahatchee HUC-8
    AL - Cahaba drainage
    AL - Coosa drainage, lower
    AL - Luxapallila HUC-8
    MS - Tibbee HUC-8
    MS - Town HUC-8
    MS - upper Tombigbee system
    AL - Alabama drainage, lower
    AL - Alabama drainage, middle
    AL - Coosa drainage, middle
    AL - Mulberry HUC-8
    AL - Black Warrior drainage (upper part)
    AL - Tombigbee drainage from Sipsey Fork to Black Warrior confluence
    AL - Noxubee (HUC-8)
    AL - Black Warrior River (lower)
    AL - Alabama drainage, upper
    AL - Tombigbee-Chickasaw drainage, middle
    AL - Tallapoosa, lower
    AL - Sucarnoochee system

Morone chrysops

    AL - Coosa drainage, upper
    AL - Coosa drainage, middle
    AL - Coosa drainage, lower
    AL - Tallapoosa drainage, upper
    AL - Tallapoosa drainage, middle
    AL - Tallapoosa, lower
    AL - Alabama drainage, upper
    AL - Cahaba River
    AL - Alabama drainage, middle
    AL - Alabama drainage, lower
    AL - Tombigbee-Lubbub drainage, middle
    AL - Mulberry Fork
    AL - Sipsey Fork
    AL - Locust Fork of the Black Warrior
    AL - Black Warrior River, upper
    AL - Black Warrior, lower portion
    AL - Middle Tombigbee-Chickasaw
    AL - lower Tombigbee
    AL - Mobile Delta

Morone saxatilis

    AL - Guntersville Lake
    AL - Elk system, lower portion
    AL - Pickwick Lake and tribs.
    AL - Wheeler Lake
    AL - Guntersville Lake

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    AL - Tennessee River drainage
    AL - Wilson Reservoir (Lake)
    AL - Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee River
    AL - Wilson Reservoir (Lake)
    AL - Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee River

Percina nigrofasciata

    AL - Martin Lake, near outflow of Rocky Ford Creek
    AL - Martin Lake in the branch near Still Waters
    AL - Tallapoosa River at fork of Little Tallapoosa River

Pimephales promelas

    GA - Coosawattee River

Pomoxis annularis

    AL - Apalachicola drainage
    AL - Choctawhatchee-Escambia drainage
    AL - Chattahoochee drainage, near Ft. Mitchell
    AL - Conecuh drainage, upper (all drainages east of Mobile basin)
    AL - Yellow River tributary at state line
    GA - Conasauga drainage
    AL - lower Choctawhatchee
    FL - Lower Choctawhatchee HUC-8
    AL - Conecuh drainage
    AL - Chattahoochee-Walter F. George drainage, middle
    AL - Pea drainage

Salmo trutta

    AL - Cheaha Creek, Coosa drainage


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