Apalone spinifera emoryi
Apalone spinifera emoryi
(Texas Spiny Softshell)
Native Transplant

16 results for Apalone spinifera emoryi (Texas Spiny Softshell)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
115605 CA Colorado River1991 15030104 Imperial Reservoirestablished
644312 CA Imperial Reservoir drainage1998 15030104 Imperial Reservoirestablished
156053 CA Sacramento River1999 18020005 Sacramento Headwaterscollected
644313 CA Yuma Desert drainage1998 15030108 Yuma Desertestablished
156048 CAContra CostaSan Pablo Reservoir1976 18050002 San Pablo Bayestablished
1545053 CAFresnoCoke Hallowell Center for River Studies, near reclaimed mining pond2019 18040001 Middle San Joaquin-Lower Chowchillaunknown
156046 CAImperialImperial Valley, head of Gulf of California1976 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
115904 CAImperialpond on state game farm, Calipatria1945 18100204 Salton Seacollected
115905 CAImperialSalton Sea, shore near Mullet Island1952 18100204 Salton Seacollected
115694 CALos AngelesEl Dorado Park, city of Long Beach1994 18070106 San Gabrielcollected
156049 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel River1976 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
156047 CARiversideSalton Sea (HUC6) non-specific1976 18100200 Salton Seaeradicated
156050 CASan DiegoLower Otay Reservoir1985 18070304 San Diegoestablished
156051 CASan DiegoSan Diego River1985 18070304 San Diegoestablished
156052 CASanta ClaraLos Gatos Creek (tributary to Guadalupe River)1999 18050003 Coyotecollected
1463616 CAStanislausSan Joaquin River, north of the confluence with Tuolumne River2018 18040002 Lower San Joaquin Riverunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/26/2021].

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