|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1991|
|Authors:||Garrett, GP, Matlock, GC|
|Journal:||Texas Journal of Science|
|Pagination:||405 - 410|
|Keywords:||Fishes of Texas, Mexican trout, O. clarkii virginalis, trout|
Historic records provide evidence that Rio Grande cutthroat trout(Oncorhynchus clarki virginalis) were indigenous to some Texas streams. This information includes railroad survey reports and several accounts in a major sporting publication of the late 1800s, including a drawing with color description. Published accounts continued through the mid-1900s, after which man's activities made these streams unsuitable for trout survival.
Rio Grande cutthroat trout in Texas