NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Fowler, H.W. 1952. A list of the fishes of New Jersey, with off-shore species. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 104:89-151.
Reference Number: 59
Type: Journal Article
Author: Fowler, H.W.
Date (year): 1952
Article Title:A list of the fishes of New Jersey, with off-shore species.
Journal Name: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Keywords: fish, New Jersey
Ambloplites rupestris NJ - Albertson Creek NJ - Cooper River NJ - West Creek
Carassius auratus NJ - Cooper River
Cyprinus carpio NJ - Cooper River
Esox lucius NJ - Union Lake at Millville
Esox masquinongy NJ - Passaic County NJ - state non-specific
Gambusia holbrooki NJ - Burlington County NJ - Camden County
Ictalurus furcatus NJ - Morris County NJ - Passaic County NJ - state non-specific
Ictalurus punctatus NJ - Mercer County NJ - state non-specific
Lepomis macrochirus NJ - state non-specific NJ - Blackwood Lake NJ - May's Landing
Lota lota NJ - state non-specific NJ - Burlington County
Micropterus dolomieu NJ - Cooper River NJ - Lily Lake NJ - Princeton NJ - Toms River at Beechwood Cove
Micropterus salmoides NJ - state non-specific NJ - Cooper River, Blackwood NJ - Princeton Canal NJ - Toms River tidal
Morone chrysops NJ - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus clarkii NJ - Cooper River
Oncorhynchus mykiss NJ - Cooper River
Oncorhynchus tshawytscha NJ - state non-specific NJ - Delaware River NJ - Raritan River
Pomoxis annularis NJ - state non-specific NJ - Delaware River
Salmo salar sebago NJ - state non-specific
Salmo salar NJ - Young's Pier, Atlantic City
Salmo trutta NJ - state non-specific NJ - Cooper River
Salvelinus alpinus NJ - state non-specific NY - Sterling Lake
Salvelinus fontinalis NJ - Cooper River
Salvelinus namaycush NJ - state non-specific NJ - Warren County
Sander vitreus NJ - Morris County NJ - Passaic County NJ - Delaware River NJ - Raritan River
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