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McCarraher, D.B., and R.W. Gregory. 1970. Adaptability and status of introductions of Sacramento perch, Archoplites interruptus, in North America. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 99(4):700-707.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 251
Type: Journal Article
Author: McCarraher, D.B., and R.W. Gregory
Date (year): 1970
Article Title:Adaptability and status of introductions of Sacramento perch, Archoplites interruptus, in North America.
Journal Name: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume: 99
Issue: 4
Pages: 700-707
Keywords: Sacramento perch, Archoplites
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Archoplites interruptus

    AZ - state non-specific
    CA - Virginia Ranch Reservoir
    CO - state non-specific
    CO - Newell Lake in NW Weld County
    CO - Banner Lakes
    CO - Neegronda Reservoir
    ND - state non-specific
    ND - Lake George in the Apple drainage
    ND - Round Lake
    NE - state non-specific
    NM - Mirror Lake [Bottomless Lakes State Park]
    NM - Lea Lake
    NM - Lazy Lagoon (=Lazy Lagoon oil field?) [in Bottomless Lake State Park]
    NV - Indian Lakes
    SD - state non-specific
    SD - White Lake
    TX - Hamlin Lake (=South Lake)
    UT - state non-specific

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