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Kircheis, F.W. 1994. Update on freshwater fish species reproducing in Maine. Maine Naturalist 2(1):25-28.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 880
Type: Journal Article
Author: Kircheis, F.W.
Date (year): 1994
Article Title:Update on freshwater fish species reproducing in Maine.
Journal Name: Maine Naturalist
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 25-28
Keywords: Maine fishes, rudd, Scardinius erythrophthalmus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Esox lucius

    ME - Great Pond, Kennebec River drainage, town of Belgrade, Kennebec County
    ME - Belgrade stream system, Kennebec drainage
    ME - North Pond
    ME - Long Pond of Belgrade chain
    ME - Messalonskee Lake of the Belgrade Chain
    ME - Ingham Pond [Stream] (below Long Pond)
    ME - Umbagog Lake in the headwaters of the Androscoggin River
    ME - Messalonskee Stream where it enters the Kennebec RIver at Waterville

Esox masquinongy

    ME - St. John River, Somerset County, Lat 47 00 00 N; Long 69 35 10 W; T7 R17 WELS (map pg. 54)
    ME - Baker Lake, on Canada border; T7 R17 WELS (map pg 54)
    ME - Beau Lake, on Canada border; T7 R17 WELS
    ME - Glazier Lake, on Canada border
    QC - St. John River as far downstream as Fredericton, New Brunswick

Hybognathus regius

    ME - Fish Brook, Kennebec River drainage, town of Fairfield, Kennebec County Lat 44 35 07 N; Long 69 39 51 W (map pg 21)

Notropis atherinoides

    ME - state non-specific

Notropis hudsonius

    ME - Cathance River, Kennebec River drainage, (actually lower Androscoggin) town of Bowdoinham, Sagadahoc County (map pg 6) lat 43 69 10 N Long 69 53 05 W
    ME - lower Kennnebec River drainage

Salvelinus fontinalis × namaycush

    ME - Basin Pond near Fayette

Scardinius erythrophthalmus

    ME - Cobbosseecontee Lake, E of Winthrop


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