Ambystoma gracile
(Northwestern Salamander)
Native Transplant

6 results for Ambystoma gracile (Northwestern Salamander)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
879865 CAFresnoHome Depot in Fresno on W Shaw Ave 2014 18030009 Upper Dryfailed
879867 CASan DiegoThe Home Depot on Carmel Mountain Rd in San Diego2000 18070304 San Diegofailed
879868 CASan DiegoThe Home Depot on Carmel Mountain Rd in San Diego2001 18070304 San Diegofailed
879869 CASan DiegoThe Home Depot on Carmel Mountain Rd in San Diego2002 18070304 San Diegofailed
879866 CASan DiegoWalter Anderson Nursery2014 18070304 San Diegofailed
879870 CASanta BarbaraSanta Barbara2009 18060013 Santa Barbara Coastalfailed

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