NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Pflieger, W.L. 1971. A distributional study of Missouri fishes. University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History 20(3):225-570.
Reference Number: 1656
Type: Journal Article
Author: Pflieger, W.L.
Date (year): 1971
Article Title:A distributional study of Missouri fishes.
Journal Name: University of Kansas Publications, Museum of Natural History
Alosa sapidissima MO - state non-specific
Amia calva KS - near the mouth of Independence Creek in the floodplain of the Missouri River MO - Missouri River drainage MO - Fishing River in Clay County, Missouri drainage
Fundulus catenatus MO - Elk River in extreme SW Missouri
Oncorhynchus nerka MO - state non-specific MO - White River, at Lake Taneycomo
Salvelinus fontinalis MO - state non-specific
Thymallus arcticus MO - state non-specific
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