Ambystoma tigrinum
Ambystoma tigrinum
(Eastern Tiger Salamander)
Native Transplant

7 results for Ambystoma tigrinum (Eastern Tiger Salamander)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
177 CA state non-specific1991 18000000 California Regioncollected
419 CAKernChina Lake [town]1976 18090205 Indian Wells-Searles Valleyscollected
164673 CAKernTom Sawyer Lake Area.2005 18030003 Middle Kern-Upper Tehachapi-Grapevineestablished
926 CALakeClearlake Highlands Sewage Treatment Plant1985 18020116 Upper Cacheestablished
420 CASan BernardinoTwentynine Palms1976 18100100 Southern Mojavecollected
418 CASan BernardinoWater trough near Needles1976 15030101 Havasu-Mohave Lakescollected
421 CAShastaGrass Lake1976 18020003 Lower Pitestablished

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