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New Mexico Game and Fish. 2000. Biota Information System of New Mexico BISON: Common carp, Cyprinus carpio. http://www.fw.vt.edu/fishesex/nmex_main/species/010080.htm.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 15147
Type: Web Page
Author: New Mexico Game and Fish.
Date (year): 2000
Title:Biota Information System of New Mexico BISON: Common carp, Cyprinus carpio.
URL: http://www.fw.vt.edu/fishesex/nmex_main/species/010080.htm
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Keywords: Common carp, Cyprinus carpio, New Mexico, ecology, distribution, diet, habitat info
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cyprinus carpio

    NM - Upper Canadian drainage
    NM - Conchas drainage
    NM - upper Canadian
    NM - Revuelto drainage
    NM - Upper Rio Grande drainage
    NM - Rio Chama River
    NM - Rio Grande-Santa Fe drainage
    NM - Rio Grande-Albuquerque drainage
    NM - Rio San Jose drainage
    NM - Rio Grande; Elephant Butte Reservoir HUC
    NM - Rio Grande River at Caballo Reservoir
    NM - Rio Grande; El Paso-Las Cruces drainage
    NM - Pecos Headwaters drainage
    NM - Upper Pecos drainage
    NM - Upper Pecos-Long Arroyo drainage
    NM - Upper Pecos-Black drainage
    NM - Lower Pecos-Red Bluff Reservoir (HUC 8)
    NM - upper San Juan River
    NM - Animas River
    NM - Middle San Juan drainage
    NM - Lower San Juan drainage (HUC 8)
    NM - Upper Gila (HUC 8)
    NM - Upper Gila-Mangas drainage
    NM - San Francisco drainage


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