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Smith, H.M., and W.C. Kendall. 1921. Fishes of the Yellowstone National Park with decriptions of the park waters and notes on fishing. Department of Commerce Bureau of Fisheries 904:1-30.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 39504
Type: Journal Article
Author: Smith, H.M., and W.C. Kendall
Date (year): 1921
Article Title:Fishes of the Yellowstone National Park with decriptions of the park waters and notes on fishing 
Journal Name: Department of Commerce Bureau of Fisheries
Volume: 904
Issue:
Pages: 1-30
URL:
Keywords: Yellowstone National Park, fishing
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Coregonus artedi

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Cyprinus carpio

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    WI - Lake Mendota off Marshall Park boat launch near Allen Blvd
    WI - Lake Mendota off Marshall Park boat launch near Allen Blvd
    WI - Lake Mendota off Marshall Park boat launch near Allen Blvd
    WI - Lake Mendota off Marshall Park boat launch near Allen Blvd
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Morone chrysops

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