NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Douglas, N.H. 1974. Freshwater fishes of Louisiana. Claitor's Publishing Division, Baton Rouge, LA.
Reference Number: 68
Author: Douglas, N.H.
Date (year): 1974
Title:Freshwater fishes of Louisiana.
Publisher:Claitor's Publishing Division
Publisher Location:Baton Rouge, LA
Pages: 443 pp
Keywords: Louisiana, fishes, Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish
Ameiurus nebulosus LA - Bayou Lafourche, approximately 19.3 km (12 mi.) NE of Columbia
Carassius auratus LA - Cane River Lake at Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish LA - Oachita County LA - Bayou DeSiard at Monroe LA - Monroe Fish Hatchery at Monroe LA - Big Creek, the river separating the two parishes
Cyprinus carpio LA - LaFourche drainage LA - Mermentau-Teche drainage LA - Calcasieu drainage LA - Red-Atchafalaya drainage LA - Sabine drainage
Dorosoma petenense LA - Bayou D'Arbonne drainage MS - Bogue Chitto system MS - Lower Pearl drainage
Lepomis microlophus CA - state non-specific OK - state non-specific
Morone saxatilis LA - Lake Claiborne LA - Lake D'Arbonne TX - Toledo Bend Reservoir LA - Bayou D'Arbonne drainage
Sander vitreus LA - Lake D'Arbonne LA - Lake D'Arbonne LA - Ouachita River, approximately 6.4 km (4 mil) N of mouth of Bayou Bartholomew LA - Toledo Bend Reservoir LA - Toledo Bend Reservoir
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