Acipenser transmontanus
Acipenser transmontanus
(White Sturgeon)
Fishes
Native Transplant

15 results for Acipenser transmontanus (White Sturgeon)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
647863 IDGoodingRILEY CREEK1996 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647847 IDGoodingRILEY CREEK2010 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647821 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647822 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647823 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647857 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647858 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647854 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647855 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647856 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1989 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647878 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1991 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647883 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1991 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647871 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER1999 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647845 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER2000 17040219 Big Woodstocked
647897 IDGoodingSNAKE RIVER2000 17040219 Big Woodstocked

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/27/2023].

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