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Cross, F.B., and J.T. Collins. 1995. Fishes in Kansas. University of Kansas Natural History Museum, Lawrence, KS.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1554
Type: Book
Author: Cross, F.B., and J.T. Collins.
Date (year): 1995
Title:Fishes in Kansas.
Publisher:University of Kansas Natural History Museum, Lawrence, KS.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 316 pp
Keywords: Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish
Fact Sheets and Specimens that use this Reference:

Amia calva

    KS - Hughes Lake, a fee-fishing pond
    KS - near the mouth of Independence Creek in the floodplain of the Missouri River

Hypophthalmichthys nobilis

    KS - Corbin's commercial fish farm near Towanda

Ictalurus furcatus

    KS - Jewell County (probably Lovewell Reservoir)
    KS - Sherman County
    KS - Sheridan County
    KS - Rooks County (probably Webster Reservoir)
    KS - Meade County
    KS - Barber County (probably Medicine Lodge drainage)
    KS - Pratt County (probably small lake on South Fork Ninnescah)

Micropterus punctulatus punctulatus

    KS - Osage drainage

Morone chrysops x M. saxatilis

    KS - state non-specific

Pimephales vigilax

    KS - Kansas River as far west as Saline Co; Kansas drainage
    KS - Kansas River as far west as Saline Co; Lower Smoky Hill drainage

Pomoxis annularis

    KS - upper Cimarron drainage
    KS - Smoky Hill drainage
    KS - Republican drainage
    KS - middle Arkansas drainage

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    KS - Cheyenne County
    KS - Mitchell County
    KS - Rawlins County
    KS - Norton County (probably in Norton Reservoir)
    KS - Sheridan County
    KS - Gove County
    KS - Phillips County (probably Kirwin Reservoir)
    KS - Jewell County (probably Lovewell Reservoir)
    KS - Rooks County (probably Webster Reservoir)
    KS - Trego County (probably Cedar Bluff Reservoir)
    KS - Ellis County
    KS - Russell County (probably Wilson Reservoir)
    KS - Ellsworth County (probably Kanopolis Reservoir)
    KS - McPherson County (probably Smoky Hill River)
    KS - Barton County (probably Cheyenne Bottoms Lake)
    KS - Scott County (probably Dry Lake)
    KS - Kearny County (probably Lake McKinney)
    KS - Stafford County (probably Little Salt Marsh)
    KS - Reno County (probably Cheney Reservoir)
    KS - Sedgwick County (probably Cheney Reservoir)
    KS - Pratt County (probably small lake on South Fork Ninnescah)
    KS - Kiowa County
    KS - Clark County
    KS - Barber County (probably Medicine Lodge drainage)
    KS - Harper County (probably Chikaskia drainage)
    KS - Chautauqua County
    KS - Cowley County
    KS - Butler County (probably Lake Bluestem AKA El Dorado Lake)
    KS - Dickinson County
    KS - Pottawatomie and Riley Cos. (probably Tuttle Creek Reservoir)
    KS - Wabaunsee County
    KS - counties in the Delaware drainage

Sander canadensis

    KS - state non-specific

Sander canadensis x vitreus

    KS - state non-specific

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