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Fowler, H.W. 1906. The Fishes of New Jersey. IN: Annual Report to the New Jersey State Museum for 1905. MacCrellish and Quigley, State Province Trenton, NJ.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 57
Type: Report
Author: Fowler, H.W.
Date (year): 1906
Report TitleThe Fishes of New Jersey. IN: Annual Report to the New Jersey State Museum for 1905.
Publisher:MacCrellish and Quigley, State Province Trenton, NJ.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 35-477
URL:
Keywords: historical, New Jersey fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ambloplites rupestris

    NJ - state non-specific

Carassius auratus

    NJ - state non-specific

Cyprinus carpio

    NJ - state non-specific

Esox masquinongy

    NJ - Greenwood Lake
    NJ - Greenwood Lake
    NJ - Greenwood Lake

Ictalurus punctatus

    NJ - channels of larger streams
    NJ - Greenwood Lake
    NJ - Lake Hopatcong

Micropterus dolomieu

    NJ - state non-specific

Micropterus salmoides

    NJ - state non-specific

Morone chrysops

    NJ - state non-specific

Oncorhynchus tshawytscha

    NJ - Delaware basin

Pomoxis annularis

    NJ - state non-specific

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    NJ - state non-specific

Salmo salar

    NJ - Delaware River

Salmo salar sebago

    NJ - state non-specific

Salmo salar

    NJ - Delaware River

Salmo trutta

    NJ - state non-specific

Salvelinus alpinus

    NJ - state non-specific

Sander vitreus

    NJ - Delaware River


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