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Devick, W.S. 1991. Disturbances and fluctuations in the Wahiawa Reservoir ecosystem. Project No. F-14-R-15, Job 4 Study I. Division of Aquatic Resources, Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Honolulu, HI.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 689
Type: Report
Author: Devick, W.S.
Date (year): 1991
Report TitleDisturbances and fluctuations in the Wahiawa Reservoir ecosystem. Project No. F-14-R-15, Job 4 Study I.
Publisher:Division of Aquatic Resources, Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources.
Publisher Location:Honolulu, HI
Pages: 21 pp
URL:
Keywords: Hawaii, fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Amphilophus citrinellus

    HI - Wahiawa Reservoir (=Lake Wilson), Oahu

Amphilophus labiatus

    HI - Wahiawa Reservoir (=Lake Wilson), Oahu

Archocentrus nigrofasciatus

    HI - island of Kauai

Cichlasoma spilurum

    HI - Oahu

Corydoras aeneus

    HI - Oahu, streams
    HI - Oahu, streams
    HI - island of Kauai, streams
    HI - island of Kauai, streams

Lepomis cyanellus

    HI - island of Kauai, Westin Kauai Lagoons (Golf Course?)

Leporinus fasciatus

    HI - reservoir on island of Oahu (Wahiawa Reservoir?)

Lithobates clamitans

    HI - Oahu

Musculium sp.

    HI - Oahu
    HI - Maui

Peckoltia sp.

    HI - Kaukonahua Stream, Oahu

Pila luzonica

    HI - Maui

Pila scutata

    HI - Oahu

Pomacea canaliculata

    HI - Oahu, some of the streams, canals, freshwater marshes, ponds, reservoirs, and drainage ditches

Pomacea paludosa

    HI - Oahu, some of the streams, canals, freshwater marshes, ponds, reservoirs, and drainage ditches

Rocio octofasciata

    HI - Oahu


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