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Brown, J.J., J. Perillo, T.J. Kwak, and R.J. Horwitz. 2005. Implications of Pylodictis olivaris (flathead catfish) introduction into the Delaware and Susquehanna drainages. Northeastern Naturalist 12(4):473-484.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 15629
Type: Journal Article
Author: Brown, J.J., J. Perillo, T.J. Kwak, and R.J. Horwitz
Date (year): 2005
Article Title:Implications of Pylodictis olivaris (flathead catfish) introduction into the Delaware and Susquehanna drainages.
Journal Name: Northeastern Naturalist
Volume: 12
Issue: 4
Pages: 473-484
Keywords: Pylodictis olivaris, flathead catfish, Delaware River, Susquehanna River
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pylodictis olivaris

    PA - Schuylkill River, Fairmount Dam, R km 5
    PA - Schuylkill River
    PA - Belmount Basin
    PA - Manayunk Canal
    PA - Schuylkill River downstream of the Vincent Dam
    PA - Schuylkill River about 0.3km downstream of the Black Rock Dam
    PA - Schuylkill River at Plymouth Dam
    PA - Schuylkill River at Rkm 41, 2.5km upstream of the Norristown Dam
    PA - Speedwell Forge Lake
    PA - Susquehanna River from rkm 39 at the Holtwood Dam pool to rkm 198 in Danville
    PA - Susquehanna River at Conowingo Dam's west fish lift(elevator)
    PA - Susquehanna River at Brunner Island
    PA - Susquehanna River at Danville, rkm 198
    PA - Susquehanna River at Holtwood Dam, rkm 39
    NJ - Delaware River at Trenton
    PA - Springton Reservoir in Media
    PA - Susquehanna River at Columbia
    PA - Susquehanna River at Middletown
    PA - Susquehanna River at Harrisburg
    PA - Susquehanna River at Halifax
    PA - Susqhehanna River at Independence
    PA - Susquehanna River at Sunbury
    NJ - Delaware and Raritan Canal near Lambertville


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