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Miller, R.R. 1968. Records of some native freshwater fishes transplanted into various waters of California, Baja California, and Nevada. California Fish and Game 54:170-179.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 387
Type: Journal Article
Author: Miller, R.R.
Date (year): 1968
Article Title:Records of some native freshwater fishes transplanted into various waters of California, Baja California, and Nevada.
Journal Name: California Fish and Game
Volume: 54
Issue:
Pages: 170-179
URL:
Keywords: introduced fishes, California, Nevada
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Catostomus santaanae

    CA - River Springs

Cyprinodon macularius

    CA - Dos Palmas Spring, Riverside County
    CA - Little Lake, Owens Valley, Inyo County, CA

Cyprinodon nevadensis amargosae

    NV - Pahrump Ranch in Pahrump Valley

Cyprinodon nevadensis

    CA - reservoir on a ranch in Lucerne Valley

Cyprinodon nevadensis amargosae

    CA - Little Lake, Owens Valley, Inyo County, CA
    CA - "Shoreline Spring" near the northeastern end of Salton Sea only 0.7 mile from Dos Palmas Spring
    CA - lower part of Sentenae Canyon, in San Felipe Creek, 12 miles east of Julian
    NV - Pahrump Ranch in Pahrump Valley
    CA - River Springs
    CA - Little Lake, Owens Valley, Inyo County, CA
    CA - reservoir on a ranch in Lucerne Valley

Cyprinodon nevadensis

    CA - Old (Eagle) Borax Works on the west side of Death Valley

Cyprinodon salinus

    CA - Soda Lake, San Bernardino County, south of Baker
    CA - Soda Lake, San Bernardino County, south of Baker
    CA - Soda Lake, San Bernardino County, south of Baker
    CA - Deep Springs Valley, east of Bishop in northern Inyo County
    CA - Deep Springs Valley, east of Bishop in northern Inyo County
    CA - one of the spring sources of the slough at Fish Springs, about 6 miles south of Big Pine in Owens Valley
    CA - River Springs

Gila orcuttii

    CA - lower part of Sentenae Canyon, in San Felipe Creek, 12 miles east of Julian
     - Rio Santo Tomas, Baja California del Norte

Rhinichthys osculus

    CA - Willow Creek, near the northwestern end of Saline Valley
    CA - River Springs
    CA - Old (Eagle) Borax Works on the west side of Death Valley

Siphateles bicolor mohavensis

    CA - lower part of Sentenae Canyon, in San Felipe Creek, 12 miles east of Julian
     - Rio Santo Tomas, Baja California del Norte


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