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Brandenburg, W.H., and K.B. Gido. 1999. Predation by nonnative fish on native fishes in the San Juan river, New Mexico and Utah. The Southwestern Naturalist 44(3):392-394.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 38466
Type: Journal Article
Author: Brandenburg, W.H., and K.B. Gido.
Date (year): 1999
Article Title:Predation by nonnative fish on native fishes in the San Juan river, New Mexico and Utah
Journal Name: The Southwestern Naturalist
Volume: 44
Issue: 3
Pages: 392-394
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Keywords: predation, nonnative, San Juan river, New Mexico, Utah, Cyprinella lutrensis, red shiner, Pimephales promelas, fathead minnow, Cyprinus carpio, common carp, Fundulus zebrinus, plains killfish, Micropterus salmoides, largemouth bass, Ameiurus melas, black bullhead
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus melas

    UT - San Juan River outside of Bluff, Utah
    NM - San Juan river near Colorado and New Mexico Border
    NM - San Juan river between Shiprock, NM and state boarder

Cyprinella lutrensis

    UT - San Juan River outside of Bluff, Utah
    NM - San Juan river near Colorado and New Mexico Border
    NM - San Juan river between Shiprock, NM and state boarder
    NM - San Juan river near Shiprock, NM

Cyprinus carpio

    UT - San Juan River outside of Bluff, Utah
    NM - San Juan river near Colorado and New Mexico Border
    NM - San Juan river between Shiprock, NM and state boarder
    NM - San Juan river near Shiprock, NM

Fundulus zebrinus

    UT - San Juan River outside of Bluff, Utah

Micropterus salmoides

    UT - San Juan River outside of Bluff, Utah
    NM - San Juan river near Colorado and New Mexico Border
    NM - San Juan river between Shiprock, NM and state boarder
    NM - San Juan river near Shiprock, NM

Pimephales promelas

    UT - San Juan River outside of Bluff, Utah
    NM - San Juan river near Colorado and New Mexico Border
    NM - San Juan river between Shiprock, NM and state boarder
    NM - San Juan river near Shiprock, NM


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