NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
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Reference Number: 850
Author: Logan, D.J.
Date (year): 1994
Title:A checklist of the fishes of Benton County, Oregon.
Journal Name: American Currents (A Publication of the North American Native Fishes Association).
Keywords: Oregon, fishes, Lepomis microlophus, redear sunfish
Ameiurus melas OR - Benton County
Ameiurus natalis OR - Benton County
Ameiurus nebulosus OR - Benton County
Ctenopharyngodon idella OR - Benton County
Cyprinus carpio OR - Benton County
Gambusia affinis OR - Benton County
Ictalurus punctatus OR - Benton County
Lepomis cyanellus OR - Benton County
Lepomis gibbosus OR - Benton County
Lepomis gulosus OR - Benton County
Lepomis macrochirus OR - Benton County
Lepomis microlophus OR - Benton County
Micropterus dolomieu OR - Benton County
Micropterus salmoides OR - Benton County
Perca flavescens OR - Benton County
Piaractus brachypomus OR - Long Tom River at Monroe, Benton County, OR
Pomoxis annularis OR - Benton County
Pomoxis nigromaculatus OR - Benton County
Salmo trutta OR - Benton County
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