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Filbert, R.B., and C.P. Hawkins. 1995. Variation in condition of rainbow trout in relation to food, temperature, and individual length in the Green River, Utah. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 124:824-835.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 19088
Type: Journal Article
Author: Filbert, R.B., and C.P. Hawkins
Date (year): 1995
Article Title:Variation in condition of rainbow trout in relation to food, temperature, and individual length in the Green River, Utah.
Journal Name: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume: 124
Issue:
Pages: 824-835
URL:
Keywords: fishes, rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Green River, Utah
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    UT - Green River, the first 2.2 km of river below Flaming Gorge Dam
    UT - Green River, the first 2.2 km of river below Flaming Gorge Dam
    UT - Green River, the first 2.2 km of river below Flaming Gorge Dam
    UT - Green River, the first 2.2 km of river below Flaming Gorge Dam
    UT - Green River, entire stretch of river 10.5 to 12.1 km below Flaming Gorge Dam
    UT - Green River, entire stretch of river 10.5 to 12.1 km below Flaming Gorge Dam
    UT - Green River, entire stretch of river 10.5 to 12.1 km below Flaming Gorge Dam
    UT - Green River, entire stretch of river 10.5 to 12.1 km below Flaming Gorge Dam


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