Pimephales promelas
Pimephales promelas
(Fathead Minnow)
Native Transplant

16 results for Pimephales promelas (Fathead Minnow)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
26441 AL Cahaba drainage1996 03150202 Cahabaestablished
26440 AL Coosa drainage, middle1996 03150106 Middle Coosaestablished
26453 AL Elk system, lower portion1996 06030004 Lower Elkestablished
26451 AL Locust system1996 03160111 Locustestablished
26445 AL Tallapoosa drainage, lower1996 03150110 Lower Tallapoosaestablished
26449 AL Tallapoosa drainage, upper1996 03150108 Upper Tallapoosaestablished
26447 AL Uchee Creek system1996 03130003 Middle Chattahoochee-Walter Festablished
26448 AL Coosa drainage, lower1996 03150107 Lower Coosaestablished
26450 AL Tallapoosa drainage, middle1996 03150109 Middle Tallapoosaestablished
26443 ALAutaugaAlabama River near Benton1996 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished
26442 ALDallasBogue Chitto Creek [vicinity of Orrville]1996 03150203 Middle Alabamaestablished
26455 ALFranklinCedar Creek1996 06030006 Bearestablished
26454 ALLauderdalePickwick Lake tributary, Lauderdale County1996 06030005 Pickwick Lakeestablished
26446 ALLeeHalawakee Creek system1996 03130002 Middle Chattahoochee-Lake Hardingestablished
26452 ALMarshall Guntersville Lake southern trib1996 06030001 Guntersville Lakeestablished
26444 ALMontgomeryCatoma Creek tributary1996 03150201 Upper Alabamaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/29/2022].

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