NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Vashro, J. 1990. Illegal aliens. Montana Outdoors 1990(July/August):35-37.
Reference Number: 27494
Type: Journal Article
Author: Vashro, J.
Date (year): 1990
Article Title:Illegal aliens
Journal Name: Montana Outdoors
Keywords: illegal stocking, Montana
Ameiurus melas MT - Gartside Reservoir
Carassius auratus MT - a golf course pond in Missoula near the Clark Fork River
Cyprinus carpio MT - a pond near Anaconda MT - Gartside Reservoir MT - Krieder Reservoir MT - Krieder Reservoir
Esox lucius MT - Lonepine (Dryfork) Reservoir MT - Echo Lake MT - western Montana (West of the divide) MT - Clark Fork drainage MT - Swan drainage MT - Stillwater drainage MT - Whitefish Lake MT - Kootenai drainage MT - Bitterroot River drainage MT - Upsata Lake MT - Ashley Lake MT - Tally Lake MT - Lagoni Lake MT - Lagoni Lake MT - Lagoni Lake MT - Upsata Lake MT - Canyon Ferry Lake on the Missouri River MT - Fort Peck Dredge Cuts
Ictalurus punctatus MT - Woodland Park Pond
Lepomis gibbosus MT - Gartside Reservoir
Lepomis macrochirus MT - Carpenter Lake, near Eureka MT - Fort Peck Dredge Cuts
Micropterus salmoides MT - Upsata Lake MT - Fort Peck Dredge Cuts
Oncorhynchus mykiss MT - Rogers Lake in Glacier National Park MT - Upsata Lake
Perca flavescens MT - Rogers Lake in Glacier National Park MT - Upsata Lake MT - Upsata Lake MT - Upsata Lake MT - Buffalo Wallow Reservoir MT - Fort Peck Dredge Cuts MT - Gartside Reservoir
Pomoxis nigromaculatus MT - Cabinet Gorge Reservoir
Richardsonius balteatus MT - Rogers Lake in Glacier National Park
Salvelinus fontinalis MT - Rogers Lake in Glacier National Park WY - Arnica Creek, tributary to Yellowstone Lake WY - Arnica Creek, tributary to Yellowstone Lake WY - Beartooth-Absaroka Mountains
Sander vitreus MT - Canyon Ferry Lake on the Missouri River MT - Fort Peck Dredge Cuts
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