Carassius auratus
Carassius auratus

15 results for Carassius auratus (Goldfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
39123 NVClarkIndian Springs1940 16060014 Sand Spring-Tikaboo Valleysunknown
39114 NVEurekaBig Shipley Warm Springs, Diamond Valley1962 16060005 Diamond-Monitor Valleysestablished
39117 NVEurekaEureka Consolidated Mine site, outside Eureka1962 16060005 Diamond-Monitor Valleysestablished
39118 NVNyeBlue Eagle Ranch, east of Railroad Valley1900 16060012 Hot Creek-Railroad Valleysestablished
39121 NVNyeBlue Eagle Ranch, east of Railroad Valley1962 16060012 Hot Creek-Railroad Valleysestablished
39311 NVNyeBlue Eagle Spring, Railroad Valley1981 16060012 Hot Creek-Railroad Valleysunknown
39313 NVNyeKate Spring, Railroad Valley1981 16060012 Hot Creek-Railroad Valleysunknown
262404 NVNyeManse Spring1967 16060015 Ivanpah-Pahrump Valleysestablished
38555 NVNyePahrump Ranch1983 16060015 Ivanpah-Pahrump Valleysunknown
39125 NVNyesmall pond at Warm Springs, Ely-Tonopah Highway1953 16060012 Hot Creek-Railroad Valleysunknown
39130 NVWhite Pine20 km S of Cherry Creek1946 16060008 Spring-Steptoe Valleysunknown
39129 NVWhite PineCampbell Ranch, 28.8 km N of Ely1946 16060008 Spring-Steptoe Valleysunknown
39128 NVWhite PineMcGill1946 16060008 Spring-Steptoe Valleysunknown
39133 NVWhite PineSchellbourne, at the site of the old town1958 16060008 Spring-Steptoe Valleysunknown
39132 NVWhite Pinewarm springs at the Goicoechea Ranch in Newark Valley1958 16060006 Little Smoky-Newark Valleysunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/20/2021].

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