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Lee, D.A., S.P. Platania, C.R. Gilbert, R. Franz, and A. Norden. 1981. A revised list of the freshwater fishes of Maryland and Delaware. Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings 3(3):1-10.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1651
Type: Journal Article
Author: Lee, D.A., S.P. Platania, C.R. Gilbert, R. Franz, and A. Norden
Date (year): 1981
Article Title:A revised list of the freshwater fishes of Maryland and Delaware.
Journal Name: Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings
Volume: 3
Issue: 3
Pages: 1-10
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Keywords: fishes, rainbow smelt, rock bass, fathead minnow, blue catfish, ide, northern pike, tench, common carp, green sunfish, channel catfish, tiger muskellunge, redfin pickerel, margined madtom, Maryland, Delaware
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ambloplites rupestris

    MD - Western Maryland, drainages in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge regions

Amia calva

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Carassius auratus

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage

Ctenopharyngodon idella

    MD - Potomac drainage

Cyprinus carpio

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Dorosoma petenense

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Esox americanus americanus

    MD - Ohio drainage of Appalachian Plateau (Youghiogheny drainage)

Esox lucius

    MD - Ohio drainage of Appalachian Plateau (Youghiogheny drainage)
    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Esox lucius x E. masquinongy

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Esox niger

    MD - Blue Ridge, ridge and valley, Great Valley

Etheostoma zonale

    MD - Eastern division of the Piedmont (Chesapeake and Delaware Bay drainages)

Ictalurus furcatus

    VA - western division of Piedmont (Potomac drainage)

Ictalurus punctatus

    MD - Susquehanna drainage
    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Lepomis cyanellus

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Lepomis gulosus

    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - Western Maryland, drainages in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge regions

Lepomis macrochirus

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage

Lepomis megalotis

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Lepomis microlophus

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage

Leuciscus idus

    VA - western division of Piedmont (Potomac drainage)

Micropterus dolomieu

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Micropterus salmoides

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage

Morone chrysops x M. saxatilis

    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - Potomac River

Noturus insignis

    MD - Ohio drainage of Appalachian Plateau (Youghiogheny drainage)

Oncorhynchus clarkii behnkei

    MD - Potomac River

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    MD - Western Maryland, drainages in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge regions

Osmerus mordax

    VA - lower Potomac drainage

Pimephales promelas

    MD - Western Maryland, drainages in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge regions

Pomoxis annularis

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage
    VA - western division of Piedmont (Potomac drainage)

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Salmo trutta

    MD - Potomac drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage

Sander vitreus

    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - Ohio drainage of Appalachian Plateau (Youghiogheny drainage)

Tinca tinca

    DE - upper Chesapeake drainage
    MD - upper Chesapeake drainage


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