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Powers, S.L., and P.A. Ceas. 2000. Ichthyofauna and biogeography of Russell Fork (Big Sandy River - Ohio River).
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Reference Number: 1944
Type: Report
Author: Powers, S.L., and P.A. Ceas.
Date (year): 2000
Report TitleIchthyofauna and biogeography of Russell Fork (Big Sandy River - Ohio River).
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Pages: 1-12
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Keywords: Big Sandy River, Virginia, Kentucky, fishes, Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Chrosomus oreas

    VA - Grassy Creek, 3 km E Breaks at hiking trail off KY Hwy 80

Clinostomus funduloides

    VA - Grassy Creek, 3 km E Breaks at hiking trail off KY Hwy 80

Cyprinus carpio

    KY - Russell Fork, lower
    VA - Russell Fork system, upper

Lepomis auritus

    KY - Russell Fork, lower
    VA - Russell Fork system, upper

Lepomis microlophus

    KY - Russell Fork system, upper

Morone chrysops

    VA - North Fork Pound River Lake [Reservoir]

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    KY - Russell Fork mainstem, lower, and minor tribs
    VA - Russell Fork system, upper

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    VA - North Fork Pound River Lake [Reservoir]

Rhinichthys cataractae

    KY - Russell Fork, lower

Salmo trutta

    KY - Russell Fork, lower
    VA - Russell Fork system, upper


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