Pimephales promelas
Pimephales promelas
(Fathead Minnow)
Native Transplant

18 results for Pimephales promelas (Fathead Minnow)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
30106 CO Colorado drainage1985 14010001 Colorado Headwatersestablished
30433 CO Colorado drainage1993 14010001 Colorado Headwatersestablished
30582 CO Colorado Headwaters-Plateau drainage1982 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauestablished
30580 CO lower half of Dolores River1982 14030004 Lower Doloresestablished
30587 CO lower San Juan1982 14080201 Lower San Juan-Four Cornersestablished
30583 CO White River drainage1982 14050000 White - Yampaestablished
30584 CO Yampa River drainage1982 14050000 White - Yampaestablished
30581 CO Gunnison River [drainage]1982 14020000 Gunnisonestablished
30586 CO San Juan drainage, upper1982 14080102 Piedraestablished
276143 CO Yampa River1986 14050002 Lower Yampaestablished
262561 CODeltaGunnison River, below Delta, CO to the mouth1971 14020005 Lower Gunnisonestablished
262560 COGarfieldColorado River, near Rifle1971 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauestablished
269718 COGunnisonBlue Mesa Reservoir2009 14020002 Upper Gunnisonestablished
262559 COMesaColorado River, from Grand Junction to Fruita1971 14010005 Colorado Headwaters-Plateauestablished
268235 COMoffatGreen River in Lodore Canyon1970 14040106 Upper Green-Flaming Gorge Reservoirestablished
268237 COMoffatGreen River, in Dinosaur National Monument (Echo Park site)1970 14060010 Lower Green-Diamondestablished
262547 COMoffatYampa River, lower, at river mile 24 in Dinosaur National Monument1969 14050002 Lower Yampaestablished
262546 COMoffatYampa River, upper, from Craig to Juniper Springs, approximately 80 km1969 14050002 Lower Yampaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/1/2022].

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