NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Kuhne, E.R. 1939. A guide to the rishes of Tennessee and the Mid-south. Tennessee Department of Conservation, Nashville, TN.
Reference Number: 3
Author: Kuhne, E.R.
Date (year): 1939
Title:A guide to the rishes of Tennessee and the Mid-south.
Publisher:Tennessee Department of Conservation
Publisher Location:Nashville, TN
Pages: 124 pp
Keywords: Tennessee fishes
Carassius auratus TN - Norris Reservoir TN - Reelfoot Lake
Cyprinus carpio TN - Norris Reservoir TN - Open Lake TN - Reelfoot Lake
Esox lucius TN - state non-specific
Gambusia affinis TN - state non-specific
Notemigonus crysoleucas TN - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus mykiss TN - North River, Tellico Wildlife Management Area TN - Laurel Fork Wildlife Management Area TN - Kettlefoot Wildlife Management Area TN - Little River TN - river or creek that come eastward to state line, just north of Little River (Tomahawke Prong?) TN - Norris Reservoir TN - Norris Reservoir TN - Franklin County TN - Moore County TN - Shoal River and Buffalo River (both tribs of the Tennessee TN - Collins River
Salmo trutta TN - Watauga Reservoir TN - North River TN - East Fork Obey River TN - South Fork Cumberland tributary TN - Center Hill Lake tributary TN - Falling Water
Salvelinus fontinalis TN - northwest of Tennessee River
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