Gila orcuttii
Gila orcuttii
(Arroyo Chub)
Native Transplant

16 results for Gila orcuttii (Arroyo Chub)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
160308   Rio Santo Tomas, Baja California del Norte1955 32505900 Southern California Bightfailed
161078 CA Deep Creek, tributary of the Mohave River1930 18090208 Mojaveestablished
282184 CA Santa Clara drainage1975 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
28195 CA Santa Ynez system1987 18060010 Santa Ynezestablished
28836 CA upper portions of the Santa Clara River system1977 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
28603 CA Mojave drainage1976 18090208 Mojaveestablished
161076 CASan BernardinoBig Bear Lake (near Big Bear City)1993 18070203 Santa Anaestablished
158262 CASan BernardinoMojave National Preserve1999 18090208 Mojaveestablished
160307 CASan Diegolower part of Sentenae Canyon, in San Felipe Creek, 12 miles east of Julian1950 18100203 San Felipe Creekfailed
282187 CASan MateoSan Francisquito Creek1947 18050004 San Francisco Bayestablished
613477 CASanta BarbaraBell Canyon; inside Hwy 101/UPRR Tunnel2011 18060013 Santa Barbara Coastalunknown
28568 CASanta BarbaraCuyama River1976 18060007 Cuyamaestablished
613476 CASanta BarbaraSanta Ynez River; at Rancho La Vina1968 18060010 Santa Ynezunknown
28655 CASanta BarbaraSt. Maria-St. Ynez drainage1976 18060008 Santa Mariaestablished
282186 CAVenturaPiru Creek1934 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
282185 CAVenturaSanta Clara River1934 18070102 Santa Claraestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/19/2024].

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