NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Sweeney, Z.T. 1902. Biennial Report of the Commissioner of Fisheries and Game for Indiana. Indianapolis, IN.
Reference Number: 70
Author: Sweeney, Z.T.
Date (year): 1902
Report TitleBiennial Report of the Commissioner of Fisheries and Game for Indiana.
Keywords: Indiana fishes
Carassius auratus IN - Waldron IN - Spring Lake Fishery at Waldron IN - Blue Ridge Fishery at Waldron
Coregonus clupeaformis IN - state non-specific
Cyprinus carpio IL - Hyde Lake, border of, near the Indiana line, in the vicinity of Chicago IN - small branch of the Tippecanoe River at Winamac IN - Eel River in NE Indiana IN - Blue River
Morone americana IN - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus mykiss IN - state non-specific IN - Notre Dame Lake at South Bend IN - Spring Lake at Oakland IN - Spring Brook at Bristol IN - Trout Pond at Bristol IN - Lebanon IN - Spring Brook at Bristol IN - state non-specific
Salvelinus fontinalis IN - state non-specific IN - Swank Creek at North Manchester IN - Pinhook Lake, at South Bend IN - Spring Pond at Crawfordsville IN - Water Works Lake at Bloomington IN - Galena River tributary at Rolling Prarie IN - Trout Brook at Laporte
Salvelinus namaycush IN - state non-specific IN - St. Mary's Lake at South Bend
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