Pomoxis annularis
Pomoxis annularis
(White Crappie)
Native Transplant

15 results for Pomoxis annularis (White Crappie)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1406174 ALEscambiaHwy 31 at Flomaton1976 03140305 Escambiaestablished
29067 CA Colorado drainage1976 15030100 Lower Coloradoestablished
29063 CA L.A. Basin1976 18070105 Los Angelesestablished
29072 CA reservoirs and sloughs of the Sacramento drainage1976 18020100 Lower Sacramentoestablished
29074 CA Sacramento River, sloughs1976 18020100 Lower Sacramentoestablished
29062 CA San Diego drainage1976 18070304 San Diegoestablished
29057 CA Upper Klamath drainage1976 18010206 Upper Klamathestablished
29059 CA Central Valley drainage1976 18020125 Upper Yubaestablished
29073 CA Sacramento Delta, sloughs1976 18020163 Lower Sacramentocollected
29061 CA South California drainage1976 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
29066 CA state non-specific1976 18000000 California Regionestablished
29069 CALakeClear Lake1976 18020116 Upper Cacheestablished
29060 CALakeClear Lake drainage1976 18020116 Upper Cacheestablished
273847 CASan DiegoLower Otay Reservoir1976 18070304 San Diegocollected
29065 CASanta BarbaraSt. Maria-St. Ynez drainage1976 18060008 Santa Mariaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/1/2022].

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