NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Everhart, W.H. 1976. Fishes of Maine. 4th edition. Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Augusta, ME.
Reference Number: 99
Author: Everhart, W.H.
Date (year): 1976
Title:Fishes of Maine.
Publisher:Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.
Publisher Location:Augusta, ME
Pages: 96 pp
Keywords: Maine fishes
Cyprinus carpio ME - Abagadasset River
Micropterus dolomieu ME - state non-specific
Micropterus salmoides ME - state non-specific ME - Long Pond of Belgrade chain ME - Messalonskee Lake of the Belgrade Chain and in several nearby waters ME - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus kisutch ME - Piscataquis drainage ME - Saco River ME - Kennebec River ME - Damariscotta River ME - Penobscot River ME - Pemaquid River ME - Narraguagus River ME - Dennys River ME - St. Croix River ME - Aroostook River ME - Tunk Stream ME - Union River ME - Orland River ME - Chandler River ME - Ducktrap River ME - Cove Brook ME - Ducktrap River ME - Ducktrap, at mouth ME - Chandler River ME - Cove Brook ME - Cove Brook
Oncorhynchus mykiss ME - Kennebec drainage, limited number of streams ME - Androscoggin drainage, limited number of streams ME - Aroostook drainage, limited number of streams ME - Kennebec River from Wyman Dam in Bingham to the Solon Flowage above the town of Solon ME - Kennebec River from above Wyman Dam in Pleasant Pond Stream to below the Solon Dam ME - cold spring-fed tribs of the upper Androscoggin River ME - Aroostook River
Pomoxis nigromaculatus ME - Sebago Lake ME - Sebago Lake ME - Keewaydin Lake (in Stoneham) ME - Proctor Pond in Stoneham ME - Virginia Lake in Stoneham
Salmo salar ME - state non-specific
Salmo trutta ME - Branch lake in Ellsworth ME - state non-specific ME - state non-specific ME - Aroostook County ME - state non-specific
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