NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Linder, A.D. 1963. Idaho's alien fishes. Journal of the Idaho Museum of Natural History 6(2):12-15.
Reference Number: 23942
Type: Journal Article
Author: Linder, A.D.
Date (year): 1963
Article Title:Idaho's alien fishes.
Journal Name: Journal of the Idaho Museum of Natural History
Keywords: Idaho, fish stocking
Ameiurus melas ID - ponds at Payette
Ameiurus nebulosus ID - state non-specific
Carassius auratus ID - state non-specific ID - state non-specific ID - state non-specific
Micropterus dolomieu ID - Boise River at Boise ID - Clearwater River
Oncorhynchus aguabonita ID - Custer County ID - Idaho County ID - Valley County
Osmerus mordax ID - several lakes in Sawtooth Mountains
Pylodictis olivaris ID - middle Snake drainage
Salmo salar ID - Boise River, at Caldwell ID - Hayden Lake, small body of water north of Pend d'Oreille ID - Spirit Lake
Salvelinus fontinalis CA - Alameda Creek headwaters CA - state non-specific NV - state non-specific ID - state non-specific
Sander vitreus ID - numerous lakes, reservoirs and ponds throughout the state from Boise north
Thymallus arcticus ID - Salmon River ID - Upper Snake River drainage ID - Upper Bear drainage
Tinca tinca ID - state non-specific
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