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Oregon State University. 2012. Collection information for Ameiurus specimens in OSU ichthyology collection. Provided by Brian Sidlauskas on 6 February 2012. Oregon State University.
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Reference Number: 24490
Type: Database
Author: Oregon State University.
Date (year): 2012
Title:Collection information for Ameiurus specimens in OSU ichthyology collection. Provided by Brian Sidlauskas on 6 February 2012.
Publisher:Oregon State University
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Keywords: Ameiurus melas, Ameiurus natalis, Ameiurus nebulosus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus melas

    CA - Willow Creek, at Willow Creek Ranch Rd.

Ameiurus natalis

    OR - Pudding River, at Aurora
    OR - Cox Creek, between Albany airport and I-5
    OR - Camous Creek, at Nixon Rd. bridge
    OR - Q Street Channel
    OR - Periwinkle Creek [at SE Salem Ave.]
    OR - Long Tom River, at Bundy Bridge
    OR - Butte Creek
    OR - Flat Creek
    OR - South Umpqua River
    OR - Calapooia River
    OR - Case Creek
    OR - Spoon Creek
    OR - Sutherlin Creek
    OR - West Fork Corral Creek
    OR - Little Luckiamute River
    OR - Long Tom River, 100 m upstream of Boone's bridge to 600 m downstream of Boone's bridge
    OR - Long Tom River, at Hwy 126 bridge.
    OR - Luckiamute River, 800-1700 m upstream of Davidson Bridge

Ameiurus nebulosus

    OR - Muddy Creek, in Finley NWR
    OR - Evergreen Creek
    OR - Alsea River, 2000 m downstream of Salmonberry Boat Landing to Missouri Bend Recreation Site
    OR - Sprague River
    OR - Sprague River
    OR - White Rock Creek
    OR - Smallman Creek


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