Cottus asper
Cottus asper
(Prickly Sculpin)
Native Transplant

11 results for Cottus asper (Prickly Sculpin)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29516 CA upper portions of the Santa Clara River system1977 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281625 CALos AngelesCastaic Creek, just below Castaic Lagoon[Lake]1975 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281685 CALos AngelesGorman Creek Siphon [=Gorman Canal], tributary to Pyramid Lake.1972 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281634 CALos AngelesPyramid Lake; mouth of Tin Cup Canyon, downstream Piru Creek mouth on south side.1992 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281629 CALos AngelesSanta Clara River, at Interstate 52003 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281642 CAVenturaAgua Blanca Creek.2001 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281638 CAVenturaPiru Creek, 18.7 km from confluence with Santa Clara River.1974 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281630 CAVenturaPiru Creek, 9.1 km from confluence with Santa Clara River.1974 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281632 CAVenturaPiru Creek, mouth at sand bars and flats for ca. 400 m above buoy line.1992 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281631 CAVenturaPiru Creek.2000 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
281633 CAVenturaSespe Creek, at Hwy 127 crossing, 1 mile west of Filmore.1979 18070102 Santa Claraestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/18/2024].

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