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Courtenay, W.R., Jr., C.R. Robins, R.M. Bailey, and J.E. Deacon. 1987. Records of exotic fishes from Idaho and Wyoming. Great Basin Naturalist 47(4):523-546.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 467
Type: Journal Article
Author: Courtenay, W.R., Jr., C.R. Robins, R.M. Bailey, and J.E. Deacon
Date (year): 1987
Article Title:Records of exotic fishes from Idaho and Wyoming.
Journal Name: Great Basin Naturalist
Volume: 47
Issue: 4
Pages: 523-546
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Keywords: exotic, fishes, Idaho, Wyoming, Xiphophorus helleri, Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum, Tilapia mossambica, Misgurnus anguillicaudatus, Poecilia mexicana, Poecilia reticulata
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Archocentrus nigrofasciatus

    ID - Barney Hot Springs in the Little Lost River Valley, 67 km NNW of Howe

Oreochromis mossambicus

    ID - Barney Hot Springs in the Little Lost River Valley, 67 km NNW of Howe

Oreochromis, Sarotherodon, Tilapia sp. x sp.

    ID - Brunneau River, SW of Blackstone Grasmere Road bridge on Hot Creek Road at Hot Springs Road, 8 mi SE of Brunneau near a thermal effluent from fish farm

Poecilia mexicana

    ID - Brunneau River, SW of Blackstone Grasmere Road bridge on Hot Creek Road at Hot Springs Road, 8 mi SE of Brunneau near a thermal effluent from fish farm

Poecilia reticulata

    ID - Warm Springs Creek, 17.9 km N of SR 22, west of Dubois
    ID - Barney Hot Springs in the Little Lost River Valley, 67 km NNW of Howe
    WY - Kelly Warm Spring, 1.6 km NNE of Kelly in Grand Teton National Park

Xiphophorus hellerii

    ID - Warm Springs Creek, 17.9 km N of SR 22, west of Dubois
    ID - Barney Hot Springs in the Little Lost River Valley, 67 km NNW of Howe
    WY - Kelly Warm Spring, 1.6 km NNE of Kelly in Grand Teton National Park


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