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Loch, J.J., and S.A. Bonar. 1999. Occurrence of grass carp in the lower Columbia and Snake rivers. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 128(2):374-379.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 25882
Type: Journal Article
Author: Loch, J.J., and S.A. Bonar
Date (year): 1999
Article Title:Occurrence of grass carp in the lower Columbia and Snake rivers.
Journal Name: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume: 128
Issue: 2
Pages: 374-379
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Keywords: Ctenopharyngodon idella, grass carp, distribution, Columbia River, Snake River, Pacific Northwest
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ctenopharyngodon idella

    OR - Columbia River, at Bonneville Dam
    WA - Columbia River, at The Dalles Dam
    OR - Columbia River, at Bonneville Dam
    WA - Columbia River, at The Dalles Dam
    OR - Columbia River, at Bonneville Dam
    WA - Columbia River, at The Dalles Dam
    OR - Columbia River, at Bonneville Dam
    OR - Columbia River, at Bonneville Dam
    OR - Columbia River, at Bonneville Dam
    WA - Columbia River, at The Dalles Dam
    WA - Columbia River, at The Dalles Dam
    WA - Columbia River, at John Day Dam
    OR - Columbia River, at McNary Lock and Dam
    WA - Snake River, at Ice Harbor Lock and Dam
    WA - Snake River, at Ice Harbor Lock and Dam
    WA - Snake River, at Lower Monumental Dam
    WA - Snake River, at Little Goose Lock and Dam
    WA - Snake River, at Lower Granite Lake Dam
    WA - Columbia River, above Bonneville Dam

Ctenopharyngodon idella triploid

    WA - Columbia River, above Bonneville Dam near Skamania Island
    WA - Silver Lake [E of Castle Rock]
    WA - Silver Lake [E of Castle Rock]

Ctenopharyngodon idella

    WA - ponds (2) in Kennewick


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