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Moyle, P.B., J.A. Israel, and S.E. Purdy. 2008. Salmon, steelhead, and trout in California: status of an emblematic fauna. University of Califorina at Davis, Davis, CA. http://watershed.ucdavis.edu/pdf/SOS-Californias-Native-Fish-Crisis-Final-Report.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18257
Type: Report
Author: Moyle, P.B., J.A. Israel, and S.E. Purdy.
Date (year): 2008
Report TitleSalmon, steelhead, and trout in California: status of an emblematic fauna.
Publisher:University of Califorina at Davis
Publisher Location:Davis, CA
Pages: 316 pp
URL: http://watershed.ucdavis.edu/pdf/SOS-Californias-Native-Fish-Crisis-Final-Report.pdf
Keywords: fish, salmon, trout, California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Oncorhynchus clarkii seleniris

    CA - Silver King Creek, above Llewellyn Falls
    CA - Leland Lakes
    CA - McGee Creek
    CA - Delaney Creek
    CA - Bull Lake
    CA - Heenan Lake
    CA - Birchim Lake
    CA - Corral Valley Creek
    CA - Coyote Valley Creek
    CA - Cabin Creek
    CA - Sharktooth Lake (outflow)
    CA - Stairway Creek


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