Genetics and Propagation Technical Reports

General Reports

Integrated Stocking Plan Revision Committee, 2015. Revised Integrated Stocking Plan. Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Nesler, T.P., K. Christopherson, J.M. Hudson, C.W. McAda, F. Pfeifer, and T.E. Czapla. 2003. An Integrated Stocking Plan for Razorback sucker, Bonytail, and Colorado pikeminnow for the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program. Final Report of Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Humpback chub

Valdez, R.A., M. Trammell, T. Jones, K. McAbee, and D. Speas. 2021. Reintroducing humpback chub in Dinosaur National Monument: A White Paper that explores the feasibility and strategies for establishing or augmenting populations of humpback chub. Humpback Chub Reintroduction ad hoc Team. Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, CO.

Bohn, S., S. Mussman and W. Wilson. 2019. Genetic Evaluation of Upper Basin Colorado River Gila cypha. Final Report of Southwestern Native Aquatic Resources and Recovery Center. Dexter, New Mexico.

Bohn, S., S. Mussman and W. Wilson. 2019. Genetic Evaluation of Upper Basin Colorado River Gila cypha. Final Report of Southwestern Native Aquatic Resources and Recovery Center. Dexter, New Mexico.

Razorback sucker

Zelasko, K.A., K.R. Bestgen and G.C. White. 2011. Survival Rate Estimation Of Hatchery-Reared Razorback Suckers Xyrauchen Texanus Stocked In The Upper Colorado River Basin, Utah and Colorado, 2004-2007. Final Report of Colorado State University Larval Fish Laboratory, Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Zelasko, K.A., K.R. Bestgen and G.C. White. 2010. Survival Rates and Movement of Hatchery-Reared Razorback Suckers in the Upper Colorado River Basin, Utah and Colorado. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139:1478-1499.

Zelasko, K.A., K.R. Bestgen and G.C. White. 2009. Survival rate estimation and movement of hatchery-reared razorback suckers Xyrauchen texanus in the Upper Colorado River Basin, Utah and Colorado. Final Report of Colorado State University Larval Fish Laboratory to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.