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The University of Kansas Natural History Museum. 2011. University of Kansas Natural History Museum Fish Collection Database. University of Kansas Natural History Museum.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 23820
Type: Database
Author: The University of Kansas Natural History Museum.
Date (year): 2011
Title:University of Kansas Natural History Museum Fish Collection Database.
Publisher:University of Kansas Natural History Museum
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Keywords: KU, KUI, fishes, database
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Catostomus catostomus

    CO - Arkansas River, at Florence (near Cañon City).
    CO - Arkansas River, at Florence (near Cañon City).
    CO - Arkansas River at Parkdale.

Cyprinodon rubrofluviatilis

    TX - Canadian River at Texas Rt. 70.
    KS - Cimarron River [~4.1 km east of state highway 23].
    KS - Cimarron River [~5.3 km NE of bridge at River Rd.].
    KS - Bluff Creek [~3.2 km upstream of confluence with Cimarron River].
    KS - Cimarron River [~2.9 km SW of state route 23].

Cyprinus carpio

    KS - Kansas River at Urish Road
    KS - Kansas River just west of HWY 18, SW of Manhattan, KS
    KS - Kansas River in floodpool just WNW of Eudora
    MO - Missouri River at Gasconade
    MO - Piney River at Slabtown Lake
    OK - Scanlon Creek, 3 mi. NW of Osage
    OK - Horsepen Creek, 1.5 mi NE of Collinsville
    OK - Chouteau Creek near Barnsdall
    NV - North Fork Humboldt River, above confluence with Humboldt River

Hypophthalmichthys molitrix

    KS - Walnut Creek [just NW of Padonia, KS]

Hypostomus sp.

    FL - Tributary to Six Mile Creek, ca. 0.6 mi. N Vandenberg Airport

Lithobates catesbeianus

    OR - Owl Creek, 9 km SE Corvallis

Thymallus arcticus

    UT - Daggett Lake in the Uintas


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