NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Miller, R.J., and H.W. Robison. 1973. The Fishes of Oklahoma. Oklahoma State University Press Stillwater, OK.
Reference Number: 394
Author: Miller, R.J., and H.W. Robison.
Date (year): 1973
Title:The Fishes of Oklahoma.
Publisher:Oklahoma State University Press Stillwater, OK.
Pages: 246 pp
Keywords: Oklahoma, fishes, Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish
Alosa sapidissima KS - state non-specific
Astyanax mexicanus OK - Lake Texoma OK - Lake Murray OK - Lake Spavinaw OK - Fort Gibson Lake OK - Lake Tenkiller
Carassius auratus OK - South Carrizo Creek OK - state non-specific
Cyprinella whipplei OK - state non-specific
Cyprinus carpio OK - state non-specific
Dorosoma petenense OK - state non-specific OK - Fort Gibson Lake
Esox lucius OK - Lake Carl Etling OK - Lake Carl Blackwell
Ictalurus furcatus OK - state non-specific
Lepomis auritus OK - McCurtain County OK - Love County OK - Muskogee County
Lepomis macrochirus OK - western part of state
Lepomis microlophus OK - state non-specific
Menidia beryllina OK - Boomer Lake
Micropterus dolomieu OK - Comanche County
Micropterus salmoides OK - state non-specific
Morone saxatilis OK - Lake Texoma OK - Lake Murray OK - Great Salt Lake Plains Reservoir OK - Canton Lake OK - Keystone Lake
Notropis nubilus OK - Blue River
Oncorhynchus mykiss OK - Blue River OK - Illinois River OK - Lake Carl Etling
Perca flavescens OK - Mountain Lake OK - Ardmore [Mountain] Lake, Ardmore OK - Lake Pawhuska OK - Lake Fairfax
Pimephales promelas OK - state non-specific
Pomoxis nigromaculatus OK - state non-specific
Sander vitreus OK - Lake Texoma OK - Canton Lake OK - Fort Gibson Lake OK - Lake Hudson [near Strang], first reservoir below Grand Lake. OK - Arkansas River from Keystone Lake to White Eagle
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