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Reference Number: 999
Type: Other
Author: Ramotnik, C., Collections Manager, Midcontinent Ecological Science Center, Museum of Southwestern Biology, Albuquerque, NM.
Date (year): 1995
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Title:database of records for 485 fishes collected by Larry Zuckerman between 1980 and 1984 that are in the Biological Survey Collection, Albuquerque.
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Keywords: Colorado, Zuckerman, exotics, San Luis Valley, Rio Grande
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Catostomus commersonii

    CO - McIntire Spring at Simpson Ranch
    CO - Rio Grande River at Cole Park
    CO - Rio Grande River, at Alamosa
    CO - Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge
    CO - Alamosa River [Creek] at Hwy 285
    CO - Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge
    CO - Rio Grande at S Co Rd 6
    CO - Rio Grande River, at Alamosa
    CO - Rio Grande River, at Alamosa
    CO - Rio Grande River, at Alamosa
    CO - Rio Grande behind Adams State College
    CO - Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge
    CO - Rio Chama at CO/NM state line
    CO - Sixto Creek at CO/NM state line
    CO - Trinchera Creek below Smith Reservoir spillway
    CO - Conejos River at Hwy 285
    CO - Conejos River at gauging station near confluence with Rio Grande River
    CO - Conejos River at gauging station near confluence with Rio Grande River
    CO - Conejos River below confluence with McIntire Spring
    CO - Hot Creek Wildlife Area, gauging station
    CO - La Jara Creek at Hwy 285
    CO - San Antonio River at Hwy 142
    CO - San Antonio River at Hwy 285


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