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Beecher, H.A., and R.F. Fernau. 1982. Fishes of oxbow lakes of Washington. Northwest Science 57(2):125-131.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1607
Type: Journal Article
Author: Beecher, H.A., and R.F. Fernau
Date (year): 1982
Article Title:Fishes of oxbow lakes of Washington.
Journal Name: Northwest Science
Volume: 57
Issue: 2
Pages: 125-131
URL:
Keywords: Washington fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ambloplites rupestris

    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, near Malone

Ameiurus nebulosus

    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, near Malone
    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, at Ford's Prairie

Cyprinus carpio

    WA - Oxbow Lake on the Chehalis River, on north end of golf course near Centralia
    WA - Oxbow lakes on the Similkameen River, north of Palmer Lake

Lepomis gibbosus

    WA - Oxbow Lake on the Chehalis River, on north end of golf course near Centralia
    WA - Oxbow lake on Chehalis River, south end of golf course near Centralia

Lepomis macrochirus

    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, near Malone
    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, at Ford's Prairie

Micropterus salmoides

    WA - Oxbow Lake on the Chehalis River, on north end of golf course near Centralia
    WA - Oxbow lake on Chehalis River, south end of golf course near Centralia
    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, near Malone
    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, at Ford's Prairie
    WA - Oxbow lakes on the Snoqualmie River, from Stillwater to North Bend
    WA - Oxbow lakes on the Similkameen River, north of Palmer Lake
    WA - Palmer Creek, just north of Palmer Lake

Perca flavescens

    WA - Oxbow lakes on the Snoqualmie River, from Stillwater to North Bend

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    WA - Oxbow lake on the Chehalis River, at Ford's Prairie


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