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Walker, B.W., R.R. Whitney, and G.W. Barlow. 1961. Fishes of the Salton Sea. Pages 77-91 in Walker, B.W, ed. The ecology of the Salton Sea, California, in relation to the sportfishery. Fish Bulletin No. 113. California Department of Fish and Game. Sacramento, CA.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 266
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Walker, B.W., R.R. Whitney, and G.W. Barlow.
Date (year): 1961
Book Title: The ecology of the Salton Sea, California, in relation to the sportfishery. Fish Bulletin No. 113
Editor: Walker, B.W.
Edition:
Chapter Title:Fishes of the Salton Sea.
Publisher:California Department of Fish and Game
Publisher Location:Sacramento, CA
Volume:
Pages: 77-91
URL:
Keywords: Salton Sea, fishes, California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Albula vulpes

    CA - Salton Sea
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Anchoa mundeoloides

    CA - Salton Sea
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Anisotremus davidsonii

    CA - Salton Sea

Bairdiella icistia

    CA - Salton Sea
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Caranx caballus

    CA - Salton Sea

Cetengraulis mysticetus

    CA - Salton Sea
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Colpichthys regis

    CA - Salton Sea
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Cynoscion othonopterus

    CA - Salton Sea
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Cynoscion parvipinnis

    CA - Salton Sea
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Cynoscion xanthulus

    CA - Salton Sea
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Cyprinus carpio

    CA - Salton Sea

Engraulis mordax

    CA - Salton Sea

Etropus crossotus

    CA - Salton Sea

Eucinostomus argenteus

    CA - Salton Sea
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Eucinostomus gracilis

    CA - Salton Sea
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Gambusia affinis

    CA - Salton Sea

Gillichthys mirabilis

    CA - Salton Sea
    CA - Salton Sea

Gillichthys seta

    CA - Salton Sea

Girella simplicidens

    CA - Salton Sea

Halichoeres semicinctus

    CA - Salton Sea

Hypsopsetta guttulata

    CA - Salton Sea

Leuresthes sardina

    CA - Salton Sea

Menticirrhus nasus

    CA - Salton Sea
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Menticirrhus undulatus

    CA - Salton Sea
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Micropogonias megalops

    CA - Salton Sea
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Morone saxatilis

    CA - Salton Sea

Mugil cephalus

    CA - Salton Sea

Mugil curema

    CA - Salton Sea
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Nematistius pectoralis

    CA - Salton Sea

Oncorhynchus kisutch

    CA - Salton Sea

Opisthonema libertate

    CA - Salton Sea

Paralabrax maculatofasciatus

    CA - Salton Sea

Paralichthys aestuarius

    CA - Salton Sea
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Paralichthys woolmani

    CA - Salton Sea

Scomberomorus concolor

    CA - Salton Sea

Totoaba macdonaldi

    CA - Salton Sea
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Trachinotus paitensis

    CA - Salton Sea
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