Hesperoleucus symmetricus
Hesperoleucus symmetricus
(California Roach)
Fishes
Native Transplant

11 results for Hesperoleucus symmetricus (California Roach)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
747282 CAHumboldtCanoe Creek.2003 18010106 South Fork Eelunknown
1419254 CAHumboldtCanoe Creek.2003 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
1419242 CAHumboldtCanoe Creek.2003 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
1419273 CAHumboldtNA2009 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
1419264 CAHumboldtRedwood Creek.2003 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
1419248 CAHumboldtRedwood Creek.2003 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
747283 CAHumboldtRedwood Creek.2003 18010106 South Fork Eelunknown
1419240 CAMendocinoHollow Tree Creek. Township:22n, Range:17w, Section:33; Maps:250k-Ukiah, 24k-Leggett, 100k-Covelo.2000 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
1419265 CAMendocinoHollow Tree Creek. Township:22n, Range:17w, Section:33; Maps:250k-Ukiah, 24k-Leggett, 100k-Covelo.2000 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
747280 CAMendocinoHollow Tree Creek. Township:22n, Range:17w, Section:33; Maps:250k-Ukiah, 24k-Leggett, 100k-Covelo.2000 18010106 South Fork Eelunknown
1419271 CAMendocinoNA2000 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/20/2019].

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