Couesius plumbeus
Couesius plumbeus
(Lake Chub)
Fishes
Native Transplant

9 Results for Couesius plumbeus (Lake Chub)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
47178 WY Great Divide-Upper Green1994 14040103 Upper Green-Slateestablished
47112 WY Green River drainage in Wyoming1994 14040100 Upper Greencollected
47029 WY Green River drainage in Wyoming1994 14040100 Upper Greenestablished
47243 WY upper Colorado (upper Green)1980 14040100 Upper Greenestablished
47177 WY upper Yellowstone drainage1994 10070000 Upper Yellowstoneestablished
158413 WYParkYellowstone National Park1999 10070001 Yellowstone Headwatersestablished
47247 WYSublettePacific Creek, 13.5 miles east of Farson, in the four hundred meters above where the stream crosses County Road 211994 14040104 Big Sandyestablished
47030 WYTetonYellowstone Lake1994 10070001 Yellowstone Headwatersestablished
47113 WYTetonYellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park1994 10070001 Yellowstone Headwaterscollected

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