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Evermann, B.W. and S.F. Hildebrand. 1916. Notes on the Fishes of East Tennessee. US Government Printing Office.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29447
Type: Book
Author: Evermann, B.W. and S.F. Hildebrand
Date (year): 1916
Title:Notes on the Fishes of East Tennessee.
Publisher:US Government Printing Office
Publisher Location:
Keywords: historical
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alosa chrysochloris

    TN - Caney drainage
    TN - Cordell Hull Reservoir
    TN - Holston drainage
    TN - Pigeon
    TN - Watts Bar Lake Drainage HUC-8
    TN - lower Clinch

Dorosoma cepedianum

    TN - Tuckasegee
    NC - Upper Little Tennessee drainage
    TN - Holston drainage
    TN - Watauga, North Carolina, Tennessee drainage
    TN - Nolichucky Drainage HUC-8
    TN - Lower Clinch
    TN - Emory drainage
    TN - lower French Broad
    TN - Watts Bar Lake drainage
    NC - upper French Broad drainage
    NC - Pigeon drainage
    TN - Little Tennessee system
    VA - Upper Clinch, Tennessee, Virginia drainage
    VA - North Fork Holston
    VA - Powell drainage
    VA - South Fork Holston

Lepomis gulosus

    TN - Lower Little Tennessee drainage
    TN - lower French Broad
    TN - Holston drainage
    VA - Upper Clinch system
    TN - lower Clinch
    TN - Watts Bar Lake drainage
    TN - Nolichucky Drainage HUC-8
    VA - Powell drainage
    VA - South Fork Holston drainage
    TN - Watauga, North Carolina, Tennessee drainage
    TN - Emory drainage
    TN - upper French Broad
    ID - middle Bear drainage

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