Lepomis macrochirus
Lepomis macrochirus
(Bluegill)
Fishes
Native Transplant

13 results for Lepomis macrochirus (Bluegill)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
611149 CALos AngelesEcho Park Lake1984 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
746147 CALos AngelesEcho Park Lake1984 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
611154 CALos AngelesEcho Park Lake; South end1984 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
746152 CALos AngelesEcho Park Lake; South end1984 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
611146 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek at Tapia Park, ca. 8 km upstream from Pacific Ocean1975 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
746235 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek at Tapia Park, ca. 8 km upstream from Pacific Ocean1975 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
611153 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek between mouth and dam 3 miles north now flowing out to sea on surface, even at low tide1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
746238 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek between mouth and dam 3 miles north now flowing out to sea on surface, even at low tide1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
158376 CALos AngelesSanta Monica Mountains National Recreation Area1999 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
746252 CALos AngelesZuma Canyon Creek near junction of Latigo Canyon Road and Point Dume Canyon Road on Vera Canyon Road1975 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
611145 CALos AngelesZuma Canyon Creek near junction of Latigo Canyon Road and Point Dume Canyon Road on Vera Canyon Road1975 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
611268 CAVenturaWestlake: Carlisle Creek; from 50 m to 1 km upstream from Lake Sherwood; to road inside enclosure.2000 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
746052 CAVenturaWestlake: Carlisle Creek; from 50 m to 1 km upstream from Lake Sherwood; to road inside enclosure.2000 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/22/2019].

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