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Gerking, S.D. 1955. Key to the fishes of Indiana. Investigations of Indiana Lakes and Streams 4:49-86.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 42
Type: Journal Article
Author: Gerking, S.D.
Date (year): 1955
Article Title:Key to the fishes of Indiana.
Journal Name: Investigations of Indiana Lakes and Streams
Volume: 4
Issue:
Pages: 49-86
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Keywords: Indiana fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    IN - Tippecanoe Lake, Oswego
    IN - Myers Lake, 5 miles southwest of Plymouth
    IN - Oliver Lake [~5 miles NW of Wolcottville]
    IN - state non-specific

Petromyzon marinus

    IN - Trail Creek, Michigan City
    IN - Dunes Park Creek, 6 miles west of Michigan City
    IN - Lake Maxinkuckee outlet, where the stream enters the Tippecanoe River, 5 miles south of Culver
    IN - Little Calumet River (connected to Lake Michigan by Burns ditch)
    IN - Trail Creek, Michigan City
    IN - Trail Creek, Michigan City

Salmo trutta

    IN - state non-specific

Salvelinus fontinalis

    IN - state non-specific


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