NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Mayden, R.L., F.B. Cross, and O.T. Gorman. 1987. Distributional history of the rainbow smelt, Osmerus mordax (Salmoniformes: Osmeridae), in the Mississippi River Basin. Copeia 1987(4):1051-1054.
Reference Number: 709
Type: Journal Article
Author: Mayden, R.L., F.B. Cross, and O.T. Gorman
Date (year): 1987
Article Title:Distributional history of the rainbow smelt, Osmerus mordax (Salmoniformes: Osmeridae), in the Mississippi River Basin.
Journal Name: Copeia
Keywords: rainbow smelt, Mississippi River, distribution, Osmerus mordax
Osmerus mordax AR - Mississippi River, AR, lower Mississippi-Memphis drainage, at common border with TN IA - Missouri River, Harrison County, Missouri River, IA IL - state non-specific IL - Illinois River near upper Peoria Lake IN - Ohio River near Madison, in vicinity of the Clifty Creek Power Plant, River Mile 560 KS - Missouri River near Leavenworth, KS KY - Mississippi River, KY LA - Mississippi River, LA LA - Mississippi River, LA LA - Mississippi River, LA LA - Mississippi River, LA MO - Missouri River at Lower Missouri-Blackwater section MO - Missouri River near Reform, Callaway County, MO MO - near St. Joseph, lower Missouri River, MO MO - near Glasgow, Missouri River, MO MO - Missouri River near Easley, Boone County, MO MO - Missouri River at dike 501.6, ca. 305 m east-southeast of junction of the Missouri River and Holt-Andrew County line, Andrew County MO - Missouri River at mile 411.5 near Oak Mills, Atchison County, Kansas MT - Missouri River near North Dakota State Line ND - Lake Sakakawea (created by Garrison Dam) NE - Lewis and Clark Lake SD - Lake Oahe SD - Lake Sharpe SD - Lake Francis Case, a Missouri River impoundment in south central SD SD - Lewis and Clark Lake TN - Mississippi River, TN WI - Upper Wisconsin drainage WI - Namekagon drainage [upper ]
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