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Larval Fish Laboratory, Colorado State University. 2011. Collection locations of Etheostoma exile in the Yampa River, Colorado. Larval Fish Laboratory, Colorado State University.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 21002
Type: Database
Author: Larval Fish Laboratory, Colorado State University.
Date (year): 2011
Title:Collection locations of Etheostoma exile in the Yampa River, Colorado.
Publisher:Larval Fish Laboratory, Colorado State University
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Keywords: Iowa darter, Etheostoma exile
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Etheostoma exile

    CO - Yampa River, river mile 112.0.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 111.4.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 119.0.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 123.4.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 100.4.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 123.8.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 111.2.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 55.3.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 55.1.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 121.4.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 52.1.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 52.9.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 112.7.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 49.4.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 55.4.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 106.1.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 54.5.
    CO - Yampa River, river mile 114.5


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