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Hubbs, C.L. 1954. Establishment of a forage fish, the red shiner (Notropis lutrensis), in the lower Colorado system. California Fish and Game 40(3):287-294.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 238
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hubbs, C.L.
Date (year): 1954
Article Title:Establishment of a forage fish, the red shiner (Notropis lutrensis), in the lower Colorado system.
Journal Name: California Fish and Game
Volume: 40
Issue: 3
Pages: 287-294
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Keywords: red shiner, Notropis lutrensis, Colorado River
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cyprinella lutrensis

    AZ - backwater of the Colorado River in Arizona, 2 miles north of San Luis, Sonora
    AZ - Colorado River in Baja California Norte, 2 miles south of Gadsden
    CA - Colorado River
    CA - Colorado River
    CA - one of the drying pools of the settling basin of the Coachella Valley County Water District
    CA - one of the drying pools of the settling basin of the Coachella Valley County Water District
    CA - one of the drying pools of the settling basin of the Coachella Valley County Water District
    CA - lower Colorado River system


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