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Laird, C.A., and L.M. Page. 1996. Non-native fishes inhabiting the streams and lakes of Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 35(1):1-51.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1523
Type: Journal Article
Author: Laird, C.A., and L.M. Page
Date (year): 1996
Article Title:Non-native fishes inhabiting the streams and lakes of Illinois.
Journal Name: Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin
Volume: 35
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-51
Keywords: Illinois fishes, cyprinus carpio
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Dorosoma petenense

     - Silver-Little Kentucky (HUC8) non-specific
    IN - Blue-Sinking drainage
    IN - Highland-Pigeon drainage
    IN - Lower Ohio-Little Pigeon drainage
     - Lower Ohio-Bay (HUC8) non-specific
     - Lower Ohio (HUC8) non-specific
    IL - Saline drainage
    TN - Watts Bar Lake drainage
    TN - middle Tennessee-Chickamauga drainage
    TN - Upper Elk drainage
    TN - Hiwassee drainage

Menidia beryllina

    IL - Baldwin Lake, 2 mi NW of Baldwin
    IL - Lake of Egypt
    IL - Rend Lake
    IL - Cache River
    IL - Wabash River
    IL - Mississippi River near Chester
    IL - Lower Ohio (HUC6) non-specific
    IL - Kankakee River

Morone saxatilis

    IL - Mississippi River near Chester

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    IL - Devil's Kitchen Lake


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