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06 September 1948 CATRON County Specimen Collection Data

By W.J. Koster and Jr. K. Rafferty

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Specimen collected 06 September 1948. Original Locality: Blue River at junction of Campbell, Blue, and Dry Blue Forks. Locality: Blue River, at confluence with the Campbell Blue Creek and Dry Blue Fork, on the Arizona state border and Gila and Apache NatiCatalog number: MSB977; Taxa: Rhinichthys osculus; Common name: speckled dace; Count of specimens: 287; Standard length:Catalog number: MSB979; Taxa: Rhinichthys osculus; Common name: speckled dace; Count of specimens: 329; Standard length:Catalog number: MSB994; Taxa: Rhinichthys osculus; Common name: speckled dace; Count of specimens: 289; Standard length:Catalog number: MSB1056; Taxa: Rhinichthys cobitis; Common name: loach minnow; Count of specimens: 15; Standard length:Catalog number: MSB1063; Taxa: Rhinichthys cobitis; Common name: loach minnow; Count of specimens: 7; Standard length:Catalog number: MSB1492; Taxa: Agosia chrysogaster; Common name: longfin dace; Count of specimens: 112; Standard length:Catalog number: MSB1514; Taxa: Agosia chrysogaster; Common name: longfin dace; Count of specimens: 266; Standard length

Topics: Museum of Southwestern Biology, Agosia, CATRON, GILA RIVER, NEW MEXICO, Rhinichthys, chrysogaster, cobitis, loach minnow, longfin dace, osculus, speckled dace, CYPRINIDAE
Publisher: UNM Digital Repository
Year: 1948
OAI identifier: oai:digitalrepository.unm.edu:wjk_journals-1086
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