NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Beckman, W.C. 1952. Guide to the fishes of Colorado. Colorado Department of Game and Fish, Denver, CO.
Reference Number: 308
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
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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