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Burr, B.M. 1980. A distributional checklist of the fishes of Kentucky. Brimleyana 3:53-84.
Reference Number: 955
Type: Journal Article
Author: Burr, B.M.
Date (year): 1980
Article Title:A distributional checklist of the fishes of Kentucky.
Journal Name: Brimleyana
Keywords: Kentucky fishes
Ctenopharyngodon idella KY - Mississippi River, main channel, lower
Dorosoma petenense KY - Ohio River, main channel from Louisville to its mouth KY - Cumberland River, lower, main channel KY - Lower Green drainage KY - state non-specific
Esox lucius KY - state non-specific
Gambusia affinis KY - Licking River KY - Cumberland River, upper, above falls KY - Kentucky River, upper, and Red River
Lepomis auritus KY - Little River KY - Cumberland River, upper KY - Kentucky River
Lepomis microlophus KY - Cumberland River, upper
Lota lota KY - Licking River, near Milltown
Micropterus coosae KY - Martins Fork and tributaries
Morone saxatilis KY - Ohio River, lower KY - Tennessee River, lower, main channel KY - Mississippi River, main channel, lower
Oncorhynchus mykiss KY - state non-specific KY - Cumberland River (R.M. 460.9) at Lake Cumberland
Perca flavescens KY - Ohio River, main channel KY - Cumberland River, lower, main channel
Salmo trutta KY - Indian Creek KY - Big Double Creek KY - Trammel Fork
Salvelinus fontinalis KY - Shillalah Creek and Martins Fork
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