NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Williamson, G.R., and O. Tabeta. 1991. Search for Anguilla eels on the west coast of North America and on the Aleutian and Hawaiian Islands. Japanese Journal of Ichthyology 38:315-317.
Reference Number: 560
Type: Journal Article
Author: Williamson, G.R., and O. Tabeta
Date (year): 1991
Article Title:Search for Anguilla eels on the west coast of North America and on the Aleutian and Hawaiian Islands.
Journal Name: Japanese Journal of Ichthyology
Keywords: eels, Anguillidae, California, Hawaii, Anguilla marmorata, marbled eel
Anguilla anguilla CA - San Pablo Bay (San Joaquine River) at Antioch bridge
Anguilla australis CA - Legg Lake, Los Angeles CA - Puddingstone Reservoir, Los Angeles
Anguilla rostrata CA - Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park CA - Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park CA - Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park CA - San Francisco, Golden Gate Park, Water Reclamation Plant CA - Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park CA - Golden Gate Park from a faucet CA - Delta Protective Facility near Byron, trib. of San Joaquin River CA - Sacramento River Delta, Fish facility at Tracy
Anguilla sp. CA - vicintiy of Honker Cut and Disappointment Slough near Kind Island Resort, 15 mi nw of Stockton, San Joaquin River OR - Willamette River at Portland OR - Lake River, trib. of the Willamette River, Portland OR - Willamette River at Portland
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