NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Burkhead, N.M, R.E. Jenkins, and E.G. Maurakis. 1980. New records, distribution and diagnostic characters of Virginia ictalurid catfishes with an adnexed adipose fin. Brimleyana 4:75-93.
Reference Number: 1552
Type: Journal Article
Author: Burkhead, N.M, R.E. Jenkins, and E.G. Maurakis
Date (year): 1980
Article Title:New records, distribution and diagnostic characters of Virginia ictalurid catfishes with an adnexed adipose fin.
Journal Name: Brimleyana
Keywords: ictalurid catfishes, Ameiurus brunneus, Virginia
Ameiurus brunneus NC - Belews Lake
Ameiurus melas NC - Belews Lake NC - Pee Dee drainage, upper VA - Kerr Reservoir, two VA tributaries VA - New River at town of Fries WV - Sherwood Lake, Greenbrier River system NC - Belews Lake
Ameiurus natalis WV - Gauley River system of the lower New drainage
Ameiurus nebulosus VA - East River just above its mouth and immediately upstream from the Virginia/WV line VA - Meadow Creek, Montgomery County
Cyprinella lutrensis NC - Belews Lake
Ictalurus furcatus VA - Rappahannock River, lower portion VA - Rappahannock River, lower portion VA - James River
Pimephales promelas NC - Belews Lake NC - Belews Lake
Pylodictis olivaris VA - James River, lower section, near Surry VA - James River near Surry VA - Smith Mountain Lake VA - Smith Mountain Lake VA - Roanoke River near Brookneal below Smith Mountain Lake
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