NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Webster, D.A. 1941. The life histories of some Connecticut fishes. Pages 122-227 in A fishery survey of important Connecticut lakes. Bulletin 63. State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Department of Environmental Protection. Hartford, CT.
Reference Number: 35
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Webster, D.A.
Date (year): 1941
Book Title: A fishery survey of important Connecticut lakes. Bulletin 63
Chapter Title:The life histories of some Connecticut fishes.
Publisher:State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Department of Environmental Protection
Publisher Location:Hartford, CT
Keywords: Connecticut fishes
Carassius auratus CT - state non-specific
Cyprinus carpio CT - Connecticut River CT - Lake Zoar (=Zoar Pond) CT - Housatonic River CT - Lake Housatonic, Derby CT - Candlewood Lake
Esox lucius CT - Connecticut River
Lepomis macrochirus CT - Columbia Lake
Micropterus dolomieu CT - Housatonic River CT - state non-specific CT - Bantam Lake CT - Columbia Lake CT - Pocotopaug Lake
Micropterus salmoides CT - state non-specific CT - Pocotopaug Lake
Oncorhynchus mykiss CT - state non-specific CT - Wononskopomuc Lake CT - Lake Quassapaug CT - Green Falls Reservoir [Pond] CT - West Hill Pond
Oncorhynchus nerka CT - East Twin Lakes, Salibury
Osmerus mordax CT - Crystal Lake CT - Shenipsit Lake CT - state non-specific
Pomoxis nigromaculatus CT - Bantam Lake, Litchfield
Salmo trutta CT - state non-specific
Salvelinus namaycush CT - state non-specific CT - East Twin Lakes, Salibury CT - Wononskopomuc Lake NH - First Connecticut Lake tributary
Sander vitreus CT - state non-specific CT - Candlewood Lake CT - Lake Zoar (=Zoar Pond)
Tinca tinca CT - Winnemaug Lake (Wattles Pond)
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