NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Schultz, L.P, and A.C DeLacy. 1935. Mid-Pacific Magazine: Fishes of the American Northwest. Pan-Pacific Research Institution. 1935 (Oct/Dec):365-380.
Reference Number: 1695
Author: Schultz, L.P, and A.C DeLacy.
Date (year): 1935
Title:Mid-Pacific Magazine: Fishes of the American Northwest.
Publisher:Pan-Pacific Research Institution.
Keywords: fishes, brown trout, american shad, brook trout, goldfish, tench, common carp, Washington, Oregon
Alosa sapidissima WA - state non-specific WA - Grays Harbor WA - Cape Disappointment, at the mouth of the Columbia River WA - Columbia and Snake River confluence WA - Columbia River, Lake Wallula, at Wallula OR - Willamette River, confluence with Columbia River OR - Yaquina Bay [Newport, OR] OR - Coos Bay [Coos River] OR - Rogue River
Carassius auratus WA - Lake Washington WA - Lake Union WA - Columbia River, mouth WA - Kalama River (lower) WA - Moses Lake
Cyprinus carpio OR - Umatilla River, at mouth WA - Crab Creek, upper, near Odessa WA - Rock Island Dam on the Columbia River
Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi WA - state non-specific
Salmo trutta WA - Baker Lake, fish hatchery OR - Clackamas River (lower) OR - Sucker Lake (Oswego Lake) WA - Big White Salmon River
Salvelinus fontinalis WA - Unidentified Creek near Enumclaw WA - Lake Washington OR - Clackamas River (lower) WA - Little White Salmon River WA - Teanaway River WA - Moses Lake WA - Grand Coulee, below Dry Falls WA - Wenatchee River WA - North Twin Lake WA - Dragoon Creek OR - Dairy Creek (lower)
Tinca tinca WA - Lake Washington WA - Lake Union WA - Kalama River (lower) OR - Umatilla River, at mouth WA - Rock Island Dam on the Columbia River WA - Lake Chelan
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