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Reference Number: 512
Type: Other
Author: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Date (year): 1993
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Title:State Record Listing.
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Journal Name: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, May 21, 1993
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Volume: 1993
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Pages: 19-21
Location: NAS
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Keywords: Texas fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Colossoma or Piaractus sp.

    TX - Nasworthy Reservoir, Concho River

Cynoscion nebulosus x C. xanthulus

    TX - Braunig Lake

Cynoscion xanthulus

    TX - Calaveras Lake

Cyprinus carpio

    TX - Lake O' the Pines drainage
    TX - Town Lake Reservoir, Austin

Esox lucius

    TX - Town Lake Reservoir, Austin

Lates niloticus

    TX - Braunig Lake

Micropterus dolomieu

    TX - Lake Whitney

Morone chrysops

    TX - Colorado River

Morone saxatilis

    TX - Town Lake Reservoir, Austin

Oncorhynchus mykiss

    TX - Guadalupe River

Oreochromis aureus

    TX - Gibbons Creek Reservoir

Piaractus brachypomus

    TX - Belton Lake [in Belton]

Sander vitreus

    TX - Meredith Reservoir [Lake]


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