Pomoxis nigromaculatus
Pomoxis nigromaculatus
(Black Crappie)
Fishes
Native Transplant

28 results for Pomoxis nigromaculatus (Black Crappie)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29830 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29831 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29851 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29852 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29853 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29854 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29855 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29826 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29827 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29828 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29838 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29839 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29840 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29841 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29842 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29845 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29846 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29847 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29848 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29849 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29832 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29833 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29834 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29835 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
29837 CA lower Sacramento drainage (180201), western half1999 18020152 Cottonwood Creekestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/20/2019].

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