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Least chub (Iotichthys phlegethontis) monitoring summary, Snake Valley, 2001
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N 4620.CS. 7: Lea/001 LEAST CHUB (Iotichthys phlegethontis) MONITORlNG SUMMARY Snake Valley, 200 I Publication Number 01-28 Utah Division of Wildlife Resources 1594 West North Temple Salt Lake City, Utah John F. Kimball, Director LEAST CHUB (Iotichthys phlegethontis) MONITORING SUMMARY Snake Valley, 2001 Final Report October 2001 Prepared by: Richard A. Fridell Ron W. Malecki Publication Nu mber 01-28 Utah Division of W ildlife Resources 1594 West North Temple Salt Lake C ity, Utah John F. Kimball , Director ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are gratefu l to L.B. Dav idson, T. C. Hogrefe, R. A. O lson, A. 1-1. Townshend, and K. K. Wheeler for their efforts in completing field work for this project. This project was funded by the Utah Divis ion of Wild life Resources. The Utah Department of Natural Resources receives federal aid and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, or handicap. For information or complaints regarding discrimination, contact Executive Director, Utah Department of Natural Resources, 1636 West North Temple #316, Salt Lake City, Utah 84116-3193, or the Equal Opportunity Commission, 1801 L Street NW, Washington D.C. 20507. II TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ....... . ...................................... . ................... . METH ODS .............................................. . .... . .................... 3 RES ULTS .......................................... . .............................. 3 SUMMARY ........................... .. ....................... . ................. . . 6 LITERATURE C ITED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 LIST OF TABLES Table 1. N umber and percentage of s prings where least chub were captured at Le land Harris, Gandy Sa lt Marsh, and Bishop Springs from 1993 to 200 l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Table 2. N umbe r a nd percentage of springs w here Utah chub were captured at Le land Harris, Gandy Sa lt Marsh, and Bishop Springs from 1993 to 200 I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Table 3. Number and percentage of springs where speckked 17.3% (least chu b = 53; Utah chu b= 248; speckled dace= 6) of all trapped fish (Table 8). Black spot cysts appeared on many least chub and Utah chub captured throughout Bishop Springs. Livestock damage was low at a ll sites, with the except ion of South Twin, I, 2, and 4 where damage was high. Among s ites containing least chub, water depth ranged from 0.09 to >8.0 m, w ith surface water temperatures ranging from 15° to 30°C ( x = 2 I .4°C). Dissolved oxygen ranged from 2 .0 to 29.8 mg/L ( x = 8.0 mg/L), and pH ranged from 7. 1 to 8.7 ( x = 7.7). The major substrate at all Bishop Springs sites was organic material or clay. Least chub length freq uency d istri bution for Bishop Springs shows that most fish co llected were between 3 7 and 51 mm in length (Figure 6). Mean length of least chub captured at Bishop Springs was 40 ±8. 1 mm. 5 SUMMARY Leland Harris • Least chub were trapped in seven of 12 (58.3%) springs at Leland Harris (Table 1). • Since annua l monitoring began in 1993, Leland Harris for the first time has not yielded the highest percentage of springs where least chub were captured (Table 1). • Site 9 has not yielded least chub since annual monitoring began in 1993 (Table 5). Gandy Salt Marsh • Least chub were trapped in 11 of 52 (21.2%) springs at Gandy Salt Marsh (Table 1). This is the lowest percentage recorded since monitoring began in 1993. • Water levels at Gandy Salt Marsh complex were the lowest s ince annual monitoring began in 1993. Spring 57 was dry for the second consecutive year. • Livestock damage has been controlled by the construction of exclosures, and has been confined to areas outside of these exclosures. • Least chub have been captured in a total of 29 different springs since 1993 (Table 7). Bishop Springs • Least chub were trapped in eight of 13 (61.5%) spri ngs at Bishop Springs (Table 1 ). • Largemouth bass (Micropterus sa/moides) and go ldfish ( Carassius auratus) that had been previously observed at North Twin and South Twin were not observed this year. • Sites I and 2 that have been dry or had less than 5.1 cm (2 inches) of water since 1997 contained adequate water to be sampled and least chub were captured in site 2 (Table 9). • Diversions at Foote Reservoir continue to de-water habitat and threaten long-term viability of least chu b at Bishop Spr ings. 6 Table I. Number and percentage of springs where least chub were captured at Leland Harris, Gandy Sa lt Marsh, and Bishop Springs from 1993 to 200 I. Year Leland Harris Gandy Bishop Springs Total 1993 07 of 11 (63.6%) 22 of 50 (44.0%) I I of 13 (84.6%) 40 of 74 (54. l %) 1994 08 of 12 (66. 7%) 18 of 50 (36.0%) 07 of 13 (53.8%) 33 of75 (44.0%) 1995 10of1 2 (83.3%) 15 of 50 (30.0%) 05 of 11 (45.5%) 30of73(41. 1%) 1996 08of 12 (66.7%) 15 of 50 (30.0%) 08 of 13 (61.5%) 3 1 of75 (41.3%) 1997 10 of 12 (83.3%) 13 of 50 (26.0%) 05 of 13 (38.5%) 28 of75 (37.3%) 1998 09 of 12 (75.0%) 15 of5 1 (29.4%) 09 of 13 (69.2%) 33 of76 (43.4%) 1999 10of12 (83.3%) 15 of5 1 (29.4%) 07 of 13 (53.9%) 32 of76 (42.1%) 2000 09of12 (75.0%) 15 of 52 (28.9%) 08 of 13 (61.5%) 32 of77 (4 1.6%) 2001 07 of 12 (58.3%) I I of 52 (21.2%) 08 of 13 (61.5%) 26 of77 (33.8%) Table 2. Number and percentage of springs where Utah chub were captured at Le land Harris, Gandy Salt Marsh, and Bishop Springs from 1993 to 200 I. Year Leland Harris Gandy Bishop Springs Total 1993 09 of 11 (8 1.8%) 07 of50 (14.0%) 10 of 13 (76.9%) 26 of74 (35.1%) 1994 07 of 12 (58.3%) 08 of 50 ( 16.0%) 08 of 13 (6 1.5%) 23 of75 (30.7%) 1995 08of12 (66.7%) 14 of50 (28.0%) 09 of I I (8 1.8%) 3 1 of73 (42.5%) 1996 08of1 2 (66.7%) I 0 of 50 (20.0%) 09 of 13 (69.2%) 27 of 75 (36.0%) 1997 10 of 12 (83.3%) 05 of50 (10.0%) 06 of 13 ( 46.2%) 2 1 of 75 (28.0%) 1998 08of1 2 (66.7%) 09 of5 1 (17.7%) 09of1 3 (69.2%) 26 of76 (34.2%) 1999 09 of 12 (75.0%) 04 of 5 1 (07.8%) 07of1 3 (53.9%) 20 of76 (26.3%) 2000 08 of 12 (66.7%) 04 of 52 (07.7%) 09 of 13 (69.2%) 2 1 of77(27.3%) 2001 I 0 of 12 (83.3%) 04 of52 (7.7%) 10of13 (77.0%) 24 of77 (3 1.2%) 7 Table 3. Number and percentage of springs where speckled dace were captured at Leland Harris, Gandy Salt Marsh, and Bishop Springs from 1993 to 200 I. Year Leland Harris Gandy Bishop Springs Total 1993 00 of 11 (00.0%) 27 of 50 (54.0%) 05 of 13 (38.5%) 32 of74 (43.2%) 1994 00 of 12 (00.0%) 13 of 50 (26.0%) 02of 13 ( 15.4%) 15 of 75 (20.0%) 1995 00 of 12 (00.0%) 15 of 50 (30.0%) 03 of 11 (27.3%) 18 of 73 (24.7%) 1996 00 of 12 (00.0%) 2 1 of 50 (42.0%) 00 of 13 (00.0%) 21 of 75 (28.0%) 1997 00 of 12 (00.0%) 14 of50 (28.0%) 00 of 13 (00.0%) 14 of75 ( 18.7%) 1998 00 of 12 (00.0%) 07 of5 1 (13.7%) 02of 13 (15.4%) 09 of76 (I l.8%) 1999 00 of 12 (00.0%) 03 of 51 (05.9%) 02of 13 ( 15.4%) 05 of76 (06.6%) 2000 00 of 12 (00.0%) 10 of52 (19.2%) 02of13 ( 15.4%) 12 of77 ( 15.6%) 2001 00 of 12 (00.0%) 07 of52 ( 13.5%) 04 of 13 (30 .8%) I I of77 ( 14.3%) Table 4. Species and number of fish captured at Leland Harris springs (n = 12), Snake Valley, Utah from 1999 to 2001. Spring No. Species/Numbers 1999 Species/Numbers 2000 Species/Numbers 2001 I LC= 19, UC=3 1 UC=5 UC = 4 2a LC = 81, UC= 28 LC = 32, UC = 15 LC = 34, UC = 123 2b LC = 84, UC= 36 LC = 16,UC =l6 LC = 4, UC= 84 3 LC= 120, UC= 2 LC= 32 LC= 19, UC= 52 4 LC= 15 LC= 12 LC=21 5 LC =2 10 LC= 14 LC = 7, UC =3 6 LC=2 LC=4 UC= 12 7 LC = 42, UC = 165 LC = 8, UC = 99 LC = 32, UC = 185 8 LC = 6, UC= 17 UC=4 - 9 UC= 182 UC=5 UC = 138 10 UC= 34 LC= I, UC= I UC =46 11 LC=16, UC = 123 LC=2 13, UC=30 LC =93, UC=2 Total LC= 595, UC= 618 LC= 332, UC= 175 LC= 210, UC= 649 LC= least chub, UC= Utah chub 8 Table 5. Fish species captured at Leland Harris, Snake Valley, Utah from 1993 to 2001. I SEring I 1993 I 1994 I 1995 I 1996 I 1997 I 1998 I 1999 I 2000 I 2001 I l LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC UC LC, UC LC,UC UC UC 2a LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC,UC 2b not sampled LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC LC, UC LC, UC LC,UC 3 LC LC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC LC, UC 4 LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC LC 5 UC - LC - LC LC LC LC LC, UC 6 LC. UC LC, UC LC, UC LC LC, UC UC LC LC UC 7 UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC 8 LC, UC - LC - LC, UC LC LC,UC UC - 9 UC UC UC UC UC UC UC UC 10 UC - - UC LC, UC UC UC LC,UC UC II LC,UC LC,UC LC, UC LC,UC LC,UC LC, UC LC, UC LC,UC LC, UC LC= least chub, UC= Utah chub 9 Table 6. Spec ies and number of fish captured by spring (n = 52) in the Gandy Salt Marsh complex, Snake Valley, Utah from 1999 to 2001. Sprinl! No. Species/Numbers 1999 Species/Numbers 2000 Species/Numbers 2001 1 - - - 2 - - - 3 - - - 4 SD= I - - 5 LC= 19 LC =9, SD = I LC= 22, SD = 4 6 LC = I LC = 7, SD = 2 - 7 Water depth < 5 cm Water depth < 5 cm Water depth < 5 cm 8 LC = 11 LC = 33 LC = 115,SD = 13 9 - - - JO - - - 11 - - - 12 - LC = I - 13 - - - 14 LC = I 64, UC = 1 LC = 25, UC = 4 LC = 51, UC =2 15 LC = 3 - Water depth < 5 cm 16 LC = I, UC = I LC = I LC=4, UC = 7 17 LC= 13 LC =2 1 LC = 72, UC = 2, SD = I 18 - Water depth < 5 cm - 19 - - - 20 LC=5 LC = 4, UC = 2 LC = 14 21 - - - 22 - - - 23 - - - 24 - - - 25 Water depth < 5 cm - Water depth < 5 cm 26 LC = 2, UC= 4, SD = I SD = I UC = I 27 - - - 10 Table 6. (continued) Sprin2 No. Species/Numbers 1999 Species/Numbers 2000 Species/Numbers 2001 28 LC = 335 LC = 56, SD= 8 LC = 16, SD = S 29 LC = 18 LC = 40, SD = 5 - 38 LC= 134 LC= 219 LC= 378, SD = 273 39 SD= I LC = 9, SD = 3 LC = 54, SD = 273 40 - SD = I SD=4 41 - - - 42 - - - 43 - - - 44 LC= 5, UC = 2 LC = 11 7 LC= 5 45 - SD = I - 46 LC = 21 LC = 29 LC=24 47 - - - 48 - - - 49 - - - 50 - Water depth < 5 cm Water depth < 5 cm 51 - - - 52 - Dry - 53 - LC = 12, SD= 16 Water depth < 5 cm 54 - UC= 16, SD= I - 55 - UC = 2 - 56 - - - 57 LC= I Dry Dry .--- 58 - - - 59 not sampled - - 60 - - - Total LC = 732, UC = 8, SD = 3 LC = 583, UC = 24, SD = 39 LC= 755, UC= 12, SD= 30 LC = least chub, UC = Utah chub, SD = speckled dace 11 Table 7. Fish species captured at Gandy Salt Marsh complex, Snake Valley, Utah from 1993 to 200 I. I S~ring I 1993 I 1994 I 1995 I 1996 I 1997 I 1998 I 1999 I 2000 I 2001 I I - - - - - - - - - 2 - - - - - - - - - 3 - - - - - - - - - 4 SD - - - - SD SD - - 5 SD LC - LC.SD - - LC LC. SD LC. SD 6 LC LC LC LC, SD SD LC LC LC.SD - 7 - water < 5 cm water < 5 cm water < 5 cm water < 5 cm waler < 5 cm water < 5 cm wat~r < 5 cm water < 5 cm 8 LC, SD LC LC. SD LC LC LC LC LC LC. SD 9 - SD - LC, UC. SD LC - - - - 10 - - - - - - - - - 11 LC, SD UC - - - - - - - 12 LC.SD LC LC LC - LC. UC - LC - 13 - - - - SD - - - - 14 LC.SD LC, SD LC. UC, SD LC, UC, SD LC.SD LC LC, UC LC. UC LC, UC 15 LC.SD - - - water < 5 cm water < 5 cm LC - water < 5 cm 16 LC. UC LC. UC UC UC. SD UC,SD UC LC. UC LC LC, UC 17 LC.UC LC, UC, SD LC, UC, SD LC, UC. SD LC, UC, SD LC LC LC LC, UC, SD 18 - - - - - - - water < 5 cm - 19 - - - - - - - - - 20 SD SD UC UC - LC, UC LC LC.UC LC 21 - - - - - - - - - 22 SD - UC - - - - - - 23 - - - - - - - - - 24 LC - UC SD - - - - - 25 - - water < 5 cm water < 5 cm water < 5 cm - water < 5 cm - water < 5 cm 26 LC. SD UC LC. UC - UC UC LC, UC, SD SD UC 27 SD - - SD - - - - - 12 Table 7. (continued) I S~ring I 1993 I 1994 I 1995 I 1996 I 1997 I 1998 I 1999 I 2000 I 2001 I 28 LC LC UC LC.SD LC LC. SD LC LC. SD LC.SD 29 LC.SD - LC.SD LC.SD LC, SD LC, SD LC LC.SD - 38 LC.SD LC.SD LC.SD LC LC LC LC LC LC. SD 39 LC.SD LC,SD UC. SD SD LC. SD LC, SD SD LC.SD LC,SD 40 SD - SD SD LC, SD - - SD SD 41 - - - - - - - - - 42 LC, UC, SD LC LC, UC, SD SD - - - - - 43 LC, SD LC, UC. SD LC.SD LC, SD - - - - - 44 LC. UC. SD LC. UC LC. UC, SD LC. UC, SD LC LC. UC LC, UC LC LC 45 LC. UC, SD LC. UC, SD SD LC, UC, SD - LC, UC - SD - 46 LC.SD LC.SD LC. UC. SD LC, UC, SD LC. UC LC LC LC LC 47 SD SD SD - - - - - - 48 SD - SD - SD - - - - 49 - - - - - - - - - 50 - - - - water < 5 cm water < 5 cm - water < 5 cm water < 5 cm 51 - - - - - LC, UC - - - 52 - - - SD SD - - Dry - 53 LC.SD - - SD LC.SD LC.SD - LC.SD water < 5 cm 54 - LC.SD - UC - UC.SD - UC.SD - 55 UC, SD LC, UC, SD LC.UC LC, UC UC, SD UC - UC - 56 LC. SD LC. SD LC, SD SD LC, SD SD - - - 57 LC. UC, SD - LC SD LC - LC Dry Dry 58 SD - - - SD - - - - 59 not sampled not sampled not sampled not sampled not sampled not sampled not sampled - - 60 not sampled not sampled not sampled not sampled not sampled - - - - LC = least chub, UC= Utah chub, SD= speckled dace 13 Table 8. Species and number of fi sh captured by spring (n = 13) in Bishop Springs, Snake Valley, Utah from 1999 to 200 I. Spring No. Species/Numbers 1999 South Twin - North Twin - 1 Dry* 2 Dry* 3 LC = 4 4 - 5 LC = 11 , UC = 2 1, SD = I 6 LC = 4 7 LC = 5, UC = 91 8 LC = 2, UC=16 9 LC = 7, UC=13 10 UC = 17, SD = 3 11 LC = 6, UC = I Total LC = 39, UC= 159, SD= 4 LC = least chub, UC= Utah chub, SD = speckled dace t Largemouth bass and goldfish observed Species/Numbers 2000 -~ UC = 7 Dry* Dry* LC= 8, UC = 5 LC = 12,UC = 12 LC=7, UC = 14,SD = I LC = 6, UC = I LC = 6, UC=22 LC= 6, UC = 38, SD = I LC = I. UC= 39 UC = 52 LC =2 LC = 48, UC = 190, SD = 2 * = Area de-watered due to diversion of Foote Reservoir 14 Species/Numbers 2001 UC= I UC=30 - LC=4 LC = I , UC= 3 LC = 8, UC= 62 UC= 19 LC= 7, UC = 5, SD= 3 LC= 9, UC = 60, SD= I LC = I , UC = 4, SD = I UC= 15, SD= I LC = 6, UC=4 1 LC=l7, UC= 8 LC = 53, UC = 248, SD = 6 I Table 9. Fish species captured at Bishop Springs, Snake Valley, Utah from 1993 to 200 I. S~ring I 1993 I 1994 I 1995 I 1996 I 1997 I 1998 I 1999 STwin LC, UC UC, t UC, t UC, t UC, t -t - NTwin UC, t UC UC UC, t UC, t UC - 1 LC water < 5 cm not sampled LC.UC Dry• water < 5 cm Dry* 2 LC. SD - not sampled LC Dry* water < 5 cm Dry• J LC, UC LC Dry* LC.UC Dry* LC, UC. SD LC 4 LC. UC LC, UC, SD Dry* LC,UC Dry• LC, UC. LB - 5 LC, UC, SD LC, UC LC, UC, SD LC, UC Dry• LC. UC. SD LC, UC, SD 6 LC, UC LC LC, UC, SD - LC LC LC 7 LC, UC, SD LC, UC LC. UC LC, UC LC, UC LC, UC LC.UC 8 UC.SD LC LC, UC, SD LC. UC LC.UC LC.UC LC.UC 9 LC, UC UC UC UC LC, UC LC,UC LC, UC 10 LC, UC, SD LC, UC UC - UC LC, UC UC. SD 11 LC UC.SD LC, UC LC LC LC. UC LC. UC LC= least chub, UC = Utah chub, SD = speckled dace, LB = largemouth bass, GF =goldfish t Largemouth bass and goldfish were observed at North Twin and South Twin * Area de-watered due to diversion of Foote Reservoir. 15 I 2000 I 2001 I -t UC UC UC Dry• - Dry• LC.UC LC. UC LC, UC LC. UC LC, UC LC, UC, SD.LB UC LC.UC LC, UC. SD LC, UC LC, UC, SD LC, UC, SD LC, UC. SD LC, UC UC, SD UC LC.UC LC LC.UC ----:.----- ' j f I •' . f ' i I i · ; f j 28) I i i / /_f ; ., .. t'f"-- --. "!"'-- -t 1· / / ·' ·· :· • .J'. •~::..~-~. ! -- / I .. :.-· ; . . I., -· -- i ~,. f I , · ·-~ ·c·.- :32 . (>. . ..: .. "'°~·,,. V 1 /33 . . .. ·~ ,;:· ~--= / t f ·,./ . . ) I / I t / ' ...... / ' / I _..,; i ( ( / / i f . K~- ' i ~/ /,. ( ,...J' . ' ! ; ' ' J Figure l. Location of Leland Harris least chub monitoring site. Gandy quadrangle, 7.5 minute series, 1 :25,000 Scale, Juab Co., UT. 16 .. ;. I .1 ,-· .- _ .. ··· ...,.-,; ...... -·~ ' • ...... ~· Jt / ·. - ... j . ' ~ ....... • ' J · - ~ I - ..... / I -~ ...; , ,,., i ~ q· ~ 11 -· ·1 Alif_..., . ~ . ~ .. ~··-~··. _:. '!: ~ -~ · - t : I · . . I ! I ' / ' .f i t t ' ! ~. • l j ; i i J ! l . I ' , ' I l I I I , I I , r t j. ( \ I ) t \ I I . ./ 1 • I { I I f \ . ' Figure 2. Location of Gandy Salt Marsh least chub monitoring site. Gandy quadrangle, 7.5 minute series, l :25,000 Scale, Juab Co., UT. 17 -:~-;:.~~," ·-· . ... ... - .·~·-.. ~ ... ~:!. .. ~: ~--~'~ . ....;;:. ..... --.~,, zo . j I ·1 \ -·- ~.....::_ . '- Figure 3. Location of Bishop Springs least chub monitoring site. Gandy quadrangle, 7.5 minute series, 1:25,000 Scale, Juab Co., UT. 18 30 .0 25 :::J .c. 0 20 u; ~ 15 __J ~ 10 Q) .0 E 5 :::J z 0 Least Chub Length Frequency Leland Harris -- I -• • ,_ - ,_ ,_ • • • • ----· 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 4 7 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 Total Body length (mm) Figure 4. Lt:ngth frequency distribution ofleast chub (n = 210) captured at Leland Harris monitoring siti::s. Snake Valley. Utah. August 200 1. 100 ..0 :::i .c 80 (.) Cil 60 ro Cl.J _J -0 40 L.. Cl.J ..0 20 E :::i z 0 H 20 22 2i Least Chub Length Frequency Gandy Salt Marsh - • •• - • • .. I • N~· -• • I• •• • 2t 28 j( 32 3£ 31 38 40 42 4 Total Body Length (mm) _, __ 5i 5( 8 60 Figure 5. Length frequency distribution of least chub (n = 755) captured at Gandy Salt Marsh complex monitoring sites. Snake Valley, Utah, August 2001 . 7 ..0 6 :::i .c (.) Cil 5 ro 4 Cl.J _J - 3 0 L.. 2 Cl.J ..0 E 1 ::I z 0 • -151611 Least Chub Length Frequency Bishop Springs 3831414243,46~150" ~ 1·· .. -.. -· -181920212223242526212829303132333435363 Total Body Length (mm) Figure 6. Lt:ngth frequency distribution of least chub (n = 53 ) captun:d at Bishop Springs monitoring sites. Snake Valley, Utah. August 2001 . 19 LITERATURE CITED Crist, L. 1990. A study/mon itoring plan for least chub (Jotichthys phlegethontis) in Snake Valley, Utah . Utah Divis ion of Wildlife Resources, Salt Lake City, UT. 2 pp. Fridell, R. A ., K. L. Schroeder, C . K. Balcom be, T . C. Hogrefe, and K. W. Wilson. 1999. Least chub (lotichthys phlegethontis) monitoring summary, Snake Valley, Utah . Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Publication N umber 99-37. 2 1 pp. Holden, P., W . White, G. Som erville, D. Duff, R. Gervais, and S. G loss. 1974. T hreatened fishes of Utah. Utah Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters. 2 (2): 46-65. Osmundson, D.B . 1985. 1985 Status survey of least chub (Jotichthys phlegethontis) in desert springs of western Utah. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. 18 pp. Perkins, M. J ., L. D. Lentsch, and J. Mizzi. 1998. Conservation agreement and strategy for least chub (Jotichthys phlegethontis) in the State of Utah. Publication No. 98-25 . Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife Resources, Salt Lake C ity, UT. Sigler, W.F. and R.R. Miller. 1963. Fishes of Utah. Utah Fish and Game Department, Salt Lake C ity, UT. 203 pp. S igler, W.F. and J.W. S ig ler. 1996. F ishes of Utah. University of Utah Press. Salt Lake City, UT. 93 pp. Workman G.W., W. Workman, R. Valdez, W. S ig ler, and J . Henderson. 1979. Studies on the least chub in geothermal active areas of western Utah. Contract No. Y A-512-CT7-2 l, BLM, Utah State Office, Salt Lake C ity. 348 pp. 20
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