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Bart, Jr., H.L., M.S. Taylor, J.T. Harbaugh, J.W. Evans, S.L. Schleiger, and W. Clark. 1994. New distribution records of Gulf Slope drainage fishes in the Ocmulgee River system, Georgia. Proceedings Southeastern Fishes Council 30(12):4-10.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 833
Type: Journal Article
Author: Bart, Jr., H.L., M.S. Taylor, J.T. Harbaugh, J.W. Evans, S.L. Schleiger, and W. Clark
Date (year): 1994
Article Title:New distribution records of Gulf Slope drainage fishes in the Ocmulgee River system, Georgia.
Journal Name: Proceedings Southeastern Fishes Council
Volume: 30
Issue: 12
Pages: 4-10
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Keywords: Ocmulgee River, Georgia, fishes
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Lythrurus atrapiculus

    GA - Towaliga River above High Falls Lake, piedmont portions, Ocmulgee River drainage

Micropterus cataractae

    GA - Ocmulgee River (upper) below Jackson Lake

Notropis longirostris

    GA - Tussahaw Creek above Lake Jackson on the upper Ocmulgee River drainage

Notropis texanus

    GA - Ocmulgee River drainage, piedmont portions

Pylodictis olivaris

    GA - Ocmulgee River drainage
    GA - Flint River
    GA - Altamaha River (lower) as far upstream as the lowhead dam at Juliette
    GA - Oconee River from confluence with Ocmulgee upstream to Milledgeville
    GA - High Falls Lake on the Towaliga River, Ocmulgee drainage


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