NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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 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
Keywords: Ocmulgee River, Georgia, fishes
Lythrurus atrapiculus GA - Towaliga River above High Falls Lake, piedmont portions, Ocmulgee River drainage
Micropterus cataractae GA - Ocmulgee River (upper) below Jackson Lake
Notropis amplamala GA - Ocmulgee River drainage, upper
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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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/19/2021].
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