Pomoxis annularis
Pomoxis annularis
(White Crappie)
Fishes
Native Transplant

14 results for Pomoxis annularis (White Crappie)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29599 CA middle Kern-Upper Tehachapi-Grapevine drainage1999 18030003 Middle Kern-Upper Tehachapi- Grapevineestablished
29636 CA South Fork Kern River1997 18030002 South Fork Kernestablished
29767 CA Tulare-Buena Vista drainage1999 18030000 Tulare-Buena Vista Lakesestablished
29603 CA upper Deer-Upper White drainage1999 18030004 Upper Deer-Upper Whiteestablished
29665 CA upper Dry drainage1999 18030009 Upper Dryestablished
29628 CA Upper Kaweah drainage1999 18030007 Upper Kaweahestablished
29558 CA Upper Poso drainage1999 18030004 Upper Posoestablished
29608 CA Upper Tule drainage1999 18030006 Upper Tuleestablished
28663 CA Tulare Lake Bed drainage1999 18030012 Tulare Lake Bedestablished
29756 CA Upper Dry drainage1999 18030009 Upper Dryestablished
613268 CAFresnoFresno Slough, 1.5 miles south Hwy 180 on Mendota Wildlife Refuge1973 18030009 Upper Dryestablished
1406159 CAFresnoPine Flat Reservoir, Calif.1962 18030010 Upper Kingestablished
29071 CAKernnorth of the Tehachapi Mountains1951 18030003 Middle Kern-Upper Tehachapi-Grapevineestablished
613274 CAKingsS fk. King River, between Jackson Ave and hwy 411987 18030012 Tulare Lake Bedestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/16/2021].

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