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Mearns, A.J. 1975. Poeciliopsis gracilis (Heckel), a newly introduced poeciliid fish in California. California Fish and Game 61:251-253. http://www.archive.org/stream/californiafishga61_4cali#page/250/mode/2up.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 601
Type: Journal Article
Author: Mearns, A.J.
Date (year): 1975
Article Title:Poeciliopsis gracilis (Heckel), a newly introduced poeciliid fish in California.
Journal Name: California Fish and Game
Volume: 61
Issue:
Pages: 251-253
URL: http://www.archive.org/stream/californiafishga61_4cali#page/250/mode/2up
Keywords: Poeciliopsis gracilis, California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cyprinella lutrensis

    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].
    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].

Cyprinus carpio

    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].
    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].

Poecilia latipinna

    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].

Poecilia mexicana

    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].
    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].

Poeciliopsis gracilis

    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].
    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].

Xiphophorus hellerii

    CA - Drainage canal south of Mecca, at junction of Hwy 111 and Johnson Avenue [St.].


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