Coregonus pidschian in Alaska
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Main Ref.
Also Ref.
Occurrence native
Importance subsistence fisheries Ref. Morrow, J.E., 1980
Aquaculture Ref.
Regulations Ref.
Freshwater Yes
Brackish Yes
Saltwater Yes
Live export
Bait No
Gamefish No
Abundance Ref.

Occurs in most Alaskan rivers that empty into the Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort seas, throughout the Kuskokwim River drainage and well above Umiat in the Colville, and in the lower reaches of the Yukon (Ref. 27547). It extends eastward along the arctic coast at least to the Sagavanirktok River (Ref. 27547). Abundant only during spawning concentrations (Ref. 27547). A commercial operation on the Colville River delta takes about 1,000 fish annually (Ref. 28214). Also Ref. 6876, 28503, 96339, 119194, 121277.

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(e.g. 9948)
( e.g. cephalopods )
Entered by Froese, Rainer
Modified by Sorongon-Yap, Patricia
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