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Bowers, G.M. 1901. Report of the commissioner of fish and fisheries. Part XXVI. US Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, DC.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1772
Type: Book
Author: Bowers, G.M.
Date (year): 1901
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Title:Report of the commissioner of fish and fisheries. Part XXVI.
Publisher:US Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Washington, DC.
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Keywords: American shad, Alosa sapidissima, Atantic salmon, Salmo salar, historical
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alosa sapidissima

    FL - St. Lucie River
    FL - New River, Ft. Lauderdale
    FL - Suwannee River at Ellaville
    FL - Ochlockonee River at Ochklockonee
    FL - Aucilla River at Aucilla
    FL - Chattahoochee River at Chattahoochee
    GA - Flint River at Albany

Salmo salar sebago

    CO - near Creede

Thymallus arcticus

    CO - South Platte River at Florissant
    CO - South Platte River at Webster
    CO - Frying Pan River at Ruedi
    CO - Eagle River at Berry Station
    IA - Spring Branch at Manchester
    IA - Maquoketa River at Forestville
    IA - Village Creek at Lansing
    ID - East Fork of Big Wood River at Hailey
    OR - McKay and Pearson Creeks at Pendleton
    VT - Caspian Lake at Greesboro
    WI - Brule River at Winneboujou


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