Archoplites interruptus
Archoplites interruptus
(Sacramento Perch)
Fishes
Native Transplant

14 results for Archoplites interruptus (Sacramento Perch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29035 CA Upper Klamath drainage1976 18010206 Upper Klamathestablished
29034 CA Sacramento-San Joaquin drainage, coast of1976 18060015 Monterey Bayestablished
29036 CAInyoOwens Drainage1976 18090100 Mono-Owens Lakesestablished
28774 CAMendocino/SonomaRussian River1976 18010110 Russianstocked
29038 CAModocClear Lake Reservoir1976 18010204 Lostestablished
29039 CAMonoCrowley Lake drainage1976 18090102 Crowley Lakeestablished
29041 CAPlumasLake Almanor, Plumas County1976 18020121 North Fork Featherestablished
29949 CO state non-specific1976  established
37301 ND state non-specific1976  established
37550 NE state non-specific1976 10000000 Missouri Regionestablished
38663 NVMineralWalker Lake drainage1976 16050304 Walker Lakeestablished
38662 NVWashoePyramid Lake1976 16050103 Pyramid-Winnemucca Lakesestablished
42609 SD state non-specific1976 10000000 Missouri Regionestablished
44587 UT state non-specific1976  established

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