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Hall, G.E. 1956. Additions to the fish fauna of Oklahoma with a summary of introduced species. The Southwestern Naturalist 1(1):16-26.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 775
Type: Journal Article
Author: Hall, G.E.
Date (year): 1956
Article Title:Additions to the fish fauna of Oklahoma with a summary of introduced species.
Journal Name: The Southwestern Naturalist
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Pages: 16-26
Keywords: introduced fishes, Oklahoma, Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Ameiurus nebulosus

    OK - Little Pine Lake
    OK - Feamster Lake [SW Broken Bow]
    OK - Thomas Lake
    OK - Thomas Lake
    OK - West Pine Lake
    OK - West Pine Lake
    OK - Forked Lake
    OK - small tributary between Lost and West Pine Lakes
    OK - Forked Lake

Astyanax mexicanus

    OK - island pond in Lake Texoma

Cyprinus carpio

    OK - state non-specific

Fundulus catenatus

    OK - Woodward Hollow, a cove of Grand Lake, 25 miles downstream from Buffalo Creek on Elk River
    OK - Spavinaw Creek, Delaware County, 1.5 miles above the bridge on Highway 10
    OK - Elk River at the mouth of Buffalo Creek, Delaware County, 1 mile west of the Oklahoma, Missouri state line
    OK - Buffalo Creek, just above its confluence with the Elk RIver, Delaware County

Hiodon tergisus

    OK - Mountain Fork River six miles above its confluence with Little River, immediately below US-70 bridge east of Broken Bow.

Lepomis microlophus

    OK - state non-specific
    OK - Middle Washita Drainage- HUC 8
    OK - Caney HUC-8
    OK - Caney HUC-8
    OK - Middle Verdigris HUC-8
    OK - Lower Verdigris HUC-8
    OK - Polecat-Snake HUC-8
    OK - Deep Fork drainage
    OK - Lower Canadian-Walnut HUC-8
    OK - Lower Canadian-Walnut HUC-8
    OK - Muddy Boggy HUC-8
    OK - Clear Boggy HUC-8
    OK - Blue drainage
    OK - Upper Little drainage
    OK - Lake O' The Cherokees drainage
    OK - Black Bear-Red Rock HUC-8
    OK - Lower Cimarron HUC-8
    OK - Dirty-Greenleaf HUC-8
    OK - Lower Canadian drainage
    OK - Pecan-Waterhole drainage
    TX - Bois D'arc-Island HUC-8
    OK - Kiamichi HUC-8
    OK - Farmers-Mud Drainage- HUC 8
    OK - Lower Washita Drainage- HUC 8
    OK - West Cache drainage
    OK - Lower Neosho drainage
    AR - ELK HUC-8
    AR - Illinois HUC-8
    AR - Lower Little Arkansas, Oklahoma drainage
    AR - Mountain Fork HUC-8
    OK - Robert S. Kerr Reservoir drainage
    OK - Poteau drainage

Morone saxatilis

    OK - Great Salt Plains Reservoir
    OK - Lake Murray

Notropis potteri

    AR - Red River
    LA - Red River
    LA - Mississippi River at the mouth of the Red River
    OK - Red River
    TX - Red River

Notropis shumardi

    OK - Red River

Perca flavescens

    OK - Lake Pawhuska

Salmo trutta

    OK - Boecher Lake
    OK - Spring Creek near Ada

Sander vitreus

    OK - Canton Reservoir
    OK - Lake Carl Blackwell
    OK - Neosho River in Grand Lake (=Grand Lake o' the Cherokees)
    OK - Lake Tenkiller
    OK - Greenleaf Lake
    OK - Lake Hiwassee
    OK - Hefner Lake
    OK - Pennington Creek

Tinca tinca

    OK - North Canadian River at Shawnee
    OK - Blue River near Armstrong
    OK - Kingfisher Creek at El Reno

Typhlichthys subterraneus

    OK - Cave Springs, 2 miles west and 1 mile south of Peoria


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