NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Chapman, W.M. 1942. Alien fishes in the waters of the Pacific Northwest. California Fish and Game 28(1):9-15.
Reference Number: 445
Type: Journal Article
Author: Chapman, W.M.
Date (year): 1942
Article Title:Alien fishes in the waters of the Pacific Northwest.
Journal Name: California Fish and Game
Keywords: introduced fishes, California, Oregon, Washington, historical
Alosa sapidissima CA - Sacramento River OR - Willamette River at Portland OR - Columbia River WA - Snake River, near the junction with the Columbia at Ainsworth WA - Columbia River at Wallula Junction OR - Coos Bay OR - Rogue River OR - Yaquina Bay [Newport, OR] WA - Washington coast between Destruction Island and Umatilla Lightship WA - Willapa Bay, estuary of Willapa River WA - Grays Harbor WA - state non-specific AK - Stikine River AK - Kodiak Island
Carassius auratus WA - Columbia River near Kalama, WA WA - Columbia River, mouth
Cyprinus carpio WA - Moses Lake
Lepomis gibbosus WA - Puget Sound OR - Goose Lake, 7 miles north of Salem
Lepomis gulosus WA - Columbia River near Kalama, WA
Lepomis macrochirus WA - Columbia River near Kalama, WA
Morone saxatilis OR - Columbia River at the Dalles OR - Columbia River at Astoria, Oregon
Oncorhynchus aguabonita WA - Skykomish drainage, 3-4 small high mountain lakes in NW
Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi WA - state non-specific
Perca flavescens WA - Sprague Lake (formally Colville Lake)
Salmo trutta OR - Clackamas River WA - state non-specific WA - Big White Salmon River WA - Slide Lake WA - Natches [=Naches] River WA - state non-specific WA - state non-specific OR - Sucker Lake (Oswego Lake) OR - upper reaches of the Deschutes drainage
Salvelinus fontinalis WA - Spokane River WA - lakes in Okanogan County WA - Lakes in Chelan County WA - Lakes in Kittitas County
Salvelinus namaycush WA - Pend Oreille County WA - Ferry County WA - Spokane County
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/25/2023].
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