Gila atraria
Gila atraria
(Utah Chub)
Fishes
Native Transplant

13 results for Gila atraria (Utah Chub)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
36318 MT Madison River from Hebgen Lake Downstream to the Missouri River to Canyon Ferry Lake1990 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
300123 MT Canyon Ferry Lake on the Missouri River1992 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289264 MTBroadwaterCanyon Ferry Lake2011 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289263 MTBroadwaterCanyon Ferry Lake2011 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289262 MTBroadwaterCanyon Ferry Lake2011 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289296 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir1987 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289295 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir1988 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289294 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir1989 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289293 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir1990 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289291 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir1991 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289290 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir1992 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289289 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir1994 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished
289288 MTLewis and ClarkHauser Reservoir2001 10030101 Upper Missouriestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/20/2020].

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