NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Smith-Vaniz, W.F. 1968. Freshwater Fishes of Alabama. Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station Auburn, AL.
Reference Number: 78
Author: Smith-Vaniz, W.F.
Date (year): 1968
Title:Freshwater Fishes of Alabama.
Publisher:Auburn University Agricultural Experiment Station Auburn, AL.
Pages: 211 pp
Keywords: Alabama fishes
Ameiurus melas AL - Conecuh drainage, upper (all drainages east of Mobile basin) AL - Patsaliga drainage AL - Sepulga drainage AL - Pea drainage AL - Upper Choctawhatchee drainage AL - Lower Conecuh drainage
Carassius auratus AL - Coosa River AL - Black Warrior River AL - Coosa River
Culaea inconstans AL - Big Butler Creek, trib. to Shoal Creek, near Puitton
Cyprinus carpio AL - low-gradient streams, lakes and impoundments in the Tennessee River system AL - low-gradient streams, lakes and impoundments in the Chattahoochee River system AL - Mobile Bay system,low-gradient streams, lakes and impoundments AL - Tennessee River drainage AL - Coosa River drainage AL - Cahaba drainage AL - Tallapoosa River AL - Black Warrior drainage AL - Alabama River drainage AL - upper Tombigbee system AL - Tombigbee drainage, lower AL - Mobile-Tensaw system AL - Chattahoochee River drainage AL - Mobile Bay drainage, rivers and impoundments
Oncorhynchus mykiss AL - Tennessee River drainage AL - Wilson Reservoir (Lake) AL - Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee River AL - Wilson Reservoir (Lake) AL - Guntersville Dam on the Tennessee River
Oreochromis aureus AL - state non-specific
Oreochromis mossambicus AL - state non-specific
Pimephales promelas AL - state non-specific AL - a few streams and impoundments AL - Tallapoosa River
Tilapia zillii AL - state non-specific
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