NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1983. Gila and Yaqui topminnow recovery plan. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM.
Reference Number: 800
Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Date (year): 1983
Report TitleGila and Yaqui topminnow recovery plan.
Publisher:US Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, NM.
Pages: 67 pp
Keywords: Gila topminnow, Yaqui topminnow, E&T, recovery plan
Ameiurus melas AZ - Sonoita Creek
Ameiurus natalis AZ - Sonoita Creek
Carassius auratus AZ - Sonoita Creek
Cyprinella lutrensis AZ - Salt Creek
Cyprinodon macularius AZ - Boyce Thompson Arboretum pond, Superior, Pinal County, AZ
Cyprinus carpio AZ - Sonoita Creek
Gambusia affinis AZ - Sheehy Spring AZ - Sharp Spring near Harshaw AZ - Santa Cruz River AZ - Sonoita Creek AZ - Salt Creek AZ - Bylas Springs AZ - Boyce Thompson Arboretum pond, Superior, Pinal County, AZ AZ - San Bernardino Creek AZ - House Pond, San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
Ictalurus pricei AZ - Sonoita Creek
Ictalurus punctatus AZ - Sonoita Creek
Lepomis cyanellus AZ - Santa Cruz River AZ - Sonoita Creek
Lepomis macrochirus AZ - Sonoita Creek
Micropterus salmoides AZ - Sonoita Creek
Poeciliopsis occidentalis occidentalis AZ - Hidden Water Spring AZ - Tule Creek AZ - Tule Creek AZ - Seven Springs AZ - Seven Springs AZ - Seven Springs AZ - Cow Creek
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