Archoplites interruptus
Archoplites interruptus
(Sacramento Perch)
Native Transplant

9 results for Archoplites interruptus (Sacramento Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1703031 NVWashoePyramid lake1956 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakes 
1703030 NVWashoePyramid lake1957 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakes 
38926 NVWashoePyramid Lake1962 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakesestablished
39168 NVWashoePyramid Lake1962 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakesestablished
38883 NVWashoePyramid Lake1971 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakesestablished
38662 NVWashoePyramid Lake1976 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakesestablished
38803 NVWashoePyramid Lake1981 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakesestablished
1703029 NVWashoePyramid lake between Big Canyon and Pyramid1956 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakes 
1703028 NVWashoePyramid Lake by the Needles1956 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakes 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/23/2024].

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