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New York State Museum. 2011. New York State Museum - Fish Collection Database. New York State Museum.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 20914
Type: Database
Author: New York State Museum.
Date (year): 2011
Title:New York State Museum - Fish Collection Database.
Publisher:New York State Museum.
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Keywords: fishes, database, NYSM
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Gambusia affinis

    NY - Mohawk River, small bay on north side of river, near St. Johnsville

Lepisosteus oculatus

    NY - Oak Orchard Creek, downstream of Waterport Dam

Notropis volucellus

    CT - West Hill Pond

Piaractus brachypomus

    NY - Manmade pond at State Office Campus
    NY - Collins Lake, western end, at dam outlet
    NY - Mohawk River, 100 yards downstream of Lock 11
    NY - Unnamed pond (PN447) off State Route 155 between Latham and Watervliet
    NY - Iroquois Lake, in Schenectady Central Park
    NY - Iroquois Lake, in Schenectady Central Park
    NY - Lake Erie, 100 yards west of Crooked Brook, also just west of Point Gratiot in Dunkirk
    NY - Upper Rondout Creek, along Creek Locks Road

Poecilia reticulata

    NY - East River, at Poletti Power Station.
    NY - Pond in Central Park, at West 103rd St.

Scardinius erythrophthalmus

    NY - Seneca Lake at Teall Beach, Geneva


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