Gila atraria
Gila atraria
(Utah Chub)
Native Transplant

16 results for Gila atraria (Utah Chub)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
36482 MT Madison River, most of it, as far downstream as Canyon Ferry Reservoir in the Missouri River1971 10020007 Madisonestablished
289274 MTGallatinDuck Creek River Miles: 3.7 to 3.82010 10020007 Madisonestablished
289297 MTGallatinHebgen Lake2002 10020007 Madisonestablished
289300 MTGallatinHebgen Lake2009 10020007 Madisonestablished
289301 MTGallatinHebgen Lake2009 10020007 Madisonestablished
289299 MTGallatinHebgen Lake2010 10020007 Madisonestablished
36288 MTGallatinHebgen Lake and the Madison River1987 10020007 Madisonestablished
36316 MTGallatinHebgen Lake, upper end of Madison River1931 10020007 Madisonestablished
36480 MTGallatinHebgen Lake, upper end of Madison River1935 10020007 Madisonestablished
36481 MTGallatinHebgen Lake, upper end of Madison River1948 10020007 Madisonestablished
1697781 MTGallatinHebgen Reservoir or Hegben Lake1999 10020007 Madisonestablished
1697780 MTMadisonEnnis Lake1999 10020007 Madisonestablished
289287 MTMadisonEnnis Lake2000 10020007 Madisonestablished
289286 MTMadisonEnnis Lake2001 10020007 Madisonestablished
289284 MTMadisonEnnis Lake2001 10020007 Madisonestablished
289285 MTMadisonEnnis Lake2003 10020007 Madisonestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/22/2024].

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