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Vanicek, C.D., R.H. Kramer, and D.R. Franklin. 1970. Distribution of Green River fishes in Utah and Colorado following closure of Flaming Gorge Dam. The Southwestern Naturalist 14(3):297-315.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1689
Type: Journal Article
Author: Vanicek, C.D., R.H. Kramer, and D.R. Franklin
Date (year): 1970
Article Title:Distribution of Green River fishes in Utah and Colorado following closure of Flaming Gorge Dam.
Journal Name: The Southwestern Naturalist
Volume: 14
Issue: 3
Pages: 297-315
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Keywords: fishes, rainbow trout, fathead minnow, common carp, brown trout, white sucker, redside shiner, green sunfish, walleye, black bullhead, Utah chub, creek chub, Utah, Colorado
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus melas

    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River, Island Park site
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon
    UT - Green River, northwest of Ouray City

Catostomus commersonii

    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River, Island Park site

Cyprinus carpio

    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    UT - Willow Creek, 6 miles below Bridgeport
    CO - Green River in Lodore Canyon
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River, Island Park site
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon
    UT - Green River, northwest of Ouray City

Gila atraria

    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)

Ictalurus punctatus

    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    CO - Green River in Lodore Canyon
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River, Island Park site
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon
    UT - Green River, northwest of Ouray City

Lepomis cyanellus

    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River, Island Park site
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon
    UT - Green River, northwest of Ouray City
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    UT - Green River at Little Hole
    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    UT - Willow Creek, 6 miles below Bridgeport
    CO - Green River in Lodore Canyon
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)

Pimephales promelas

    UT - Green River at Little Hole
    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    UT - Willow Creek, 6 miles below Bridgeport
    CO - Green River in Lodore Canyon
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River, Island Park site
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon
    UT - Green River, northwest of Ouray City

Richardsonius balteatus

    UT - Green River at Little Hole
    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    UT - Willow Creek, 6 miles below Bridgeport
    CO - Green River in Lodore Canyon
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River, Island Park site
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon
    UT - Green River, northwest of Ouray City

Salmo trutta

    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon

Sander vitreus

    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon
    UT - Green River, northwest of Ouray City

Semotilus atromaculatus

    UT - Green River, south of Home Mountain (Bridgeport site)
    UT - Willow Creek, 6 miles below Bridgeport
    CO - Green River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)
    UT - Green River at Split Mountain Canyon


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