NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Shebley, W.H. 1917. History of introduction of food and game fishes into the waters of California. California Fish and Game 3:3-12.
Reference Number: 547
Type: Journal Article
Author: Shebley, W.H.
Date (year): 1917
Article Title:History of introduction of food and game fishes into the waters of California.
Journal Name: California Fish and Game
Keywords: introduced fishes, California
Alosa sapidissima CA - Sacramento River at Tehama CA - Sacramento River near Tehama
Cyprinus carpio CA - Sutterville Lake near Sacramento [Lake does not exist anymore] CA - Sacramento River near Sacramento
Lepomis gulosus CA - Lake Cuyamaca, near San Diego CA - Feather River
Lepomis macrochirus CA - Honey Lake CA - Placer County lakes CA - sloughs of the Feather River CA - Sacramento River, sloughs CA - Stockton (near) CA - Clear Lake CA - Kings River CA - Kern River CA - Buena Vista Lake
Perca flavescens CA - Vera Lake CA - Placer County lakes CA - Sacramento River, sloughs CA - sloughs of the Feather River CA - Stockton (near) CA - Clear Lake CA - Kings River CA - Kings River CA - Buena Vista Lake
Pomoxis annularis CA - Honey Lake CA - Vera Lake CA - Stockton (near) CA - Clear Lake
Salvelinus namaycush CA - Lake Tahoe
Sander vitreus CA - Sacramento River opposite Sacramento City
Tautoga onitis CA - San Francisco Bay
Thymallus arcticus CA - Sacramento River tributaries
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/19/2019].
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