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Beckman, W.C. 1952. Guide to the fishes of Colorado. Colorado Department of Game and Fish, Denver, CO.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 308
Type: Book
Author: Beckman, W.C.
Date (year): 1952
Title:Guide to the fishes of Colorado.
Publisher:Colorado Department of Game and Fish
Publisher Location:Denver, CO
Pages: 110 pp
Keywords: Colorado fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus nebulosus

    CO - state non-specific

Aplodinotus grunniens

    CO - Bonny Reservoir

Cyprinus carpio

    CO - state non-specific

Dorosoma cepedianum

    CO - Weld County
    CO - Pueblo County
    CO - Larimer County
    CO - Eastern Colorado reservoirs

Esox americanus vermiculatus

    CO - Palmer Lake (several mi N of Glenwood Springs, CO)

Etheostoma exile

    CO - Dolores River

Ictalurus furcatus

    CO - state non-specific

Lepomis gibbosus

    CO - state non-specific

Lepomis gulosus

    CO - state non-specific

Lepomis macrochirus

    CO - state non-specific

Micropterus dolomieu

    CO - state non-specific

Micropterus salmoides

    CO - state non-specific

Morone chrysops

    CO - state non-specific

Oncorhynchus mykiss irideus

    CO - Lake Granby (=Granby Reservoir) on the Colorado River [~60 mi NW of Denver]

Oncorhynchus nerka

    CO - Lake Granby (=Granby Reservoir) on the Colorado River [~60 mi NW of Denver]
    CO - Skagway Reservoir
    CO - Green Mountain Reservoir on the Blue River
    ID - Lake Pend Orielle

Perca flavescens

    CO - state non-specific

Percina caprodes

    CO - Two Buttes Reservoir

Pylodictis olivaris

    CO - state non-specific

Salmo salar

    CO - Twin Lakes near Leadville

Salmo trutta

    CO - state non-specific

Salvelinus namaycush

    CO - state non-specific

Tinca tinca

    CO - San Luis Valley (Rio Grande headwaters drainage)


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