NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Bean, T.H. 1903. The Food and Game Fishes of New York: notes on their comon names, distribution, habits and mode of capture. JB Lyon Company Albany, NY.
Reference Number: 406
Author: Bean, T.H.
Date (year): 1903
Title:The Food and Game Fishes of New York: notes on their comon names, distribution, habits and mode of capture.
Publisher:JB Lyon Company Albany, NY.
Pages: 460 pp
Keywords: historical, New York, fishes
Carassius auratus DC - fish ponds at Washington DC NY - state non-specific PA - Delaware River PA - Schuylkill River
Cyprinus carpio NY - Prospect [Park] Lake in Brooklyn NY - Newburgh, Hudson River
Leuciscus idus NY - state non-specific
Morone chrysops NJ - Greenwood Lake
Oncorhynchus mykiss MI - state non-specific MO - state non-specific NC - state non-specific NY - Caledonia Hatchery NY - a Long Island stream NY - state non-specific WI - state non-specific
Salmo salar VT - Caspian Lake
Salmo trutta CO - state non-specific MD - state non-specific MI - state non-specific MI - state non-specific MO - state non-specific NE - state non-specific NY - state non-specific NY - state non-specific NY - Green Lake NY - Green Lake NY - Lake George PA - state non-specific WI - state non-specific
Salvelinus alpinus NY - Sterling Lake
Salvelinus alpinus oquassa NY - Lake George
Salvelinus fontinalis CA - state non-specific CO - state non-specific NE - state non-specific NV - state non-specific
Tinca tinca DC - Potomac River, Washington, DC NY - state non-specific
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