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Rachlin, J.W., and B.E. Warkentine. 2012. An evaluation of fish assemblages of the Saw Mill River, New York: An urban stream. Northeastern Naturalist 19(6):129-142. http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1656/045.019.s610.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27084
Type: Journal Article
Author: Rachlin, J.W., and B.E. Warkentine
Date (year): 2012
Article Title:An evaluation of fish assemblages of the Saw Mill River, New York: An urban stream.
Journal Name: Northeastern Naturalist
Volume: 19
Issue: 6
Pages: 129-142
URL: http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1656/045.019.s610
Keywords: fish assemblages, Saw Mill River, New York
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ambloplites rupestris

    NY - Saw Mill River at Lawrence Street

Cyprinus carpio

    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station

Lepomis macrochirus

    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station

Micropterus salmoides

    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw Mill River at Executive Boulevard
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw Mill River at Hawthorne Cinema
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station
    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station

Pimephales promelas

    NY - Saw mill River at Chappaqua RR Station

Salmo trutta

    NY - Saw Mill River at Hawthorne Cinema


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