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
40773 OR Umpqua drainage1997 17100303 Umpquacollected
40656 OR upper Klamath drainage1993 18010200 Klamathestablished
40739 OR upper Klamath Lake basin in Oregon1997 17100307 Upper Rogueestablished
40628 OR state non-specific1994 17000000 Pacific Northwest Regionestablished
1635435 ORClackamasHuxley Lake2017 17090011 Clackamasunknown
630597 ORKlamathUpper Klamath Lake1979 18010203 Upper Klamath Lakeestablished
630599 ORKlamathUpper Klamath Lake1995 18010203 Upper Klamath Lakeestablished
630600 ORKlamathUpper Klamath Lake2005 18010203 Upper Klamath Lakeestablished
630598 ORKlamathUpper Klamath Lake near Modoc Point1992 18010203 Upper Klamath Lakeestablished
40774 ORLinnWillamette drainage1997 17090006 South Santiamcollected
295845 ORMalheurMalheur River at RM 152006 17050117 Lower Malheurestablished
295844 ORMalheurMalheur River at RM 22006 17050117 Lower Malheurestablished
295243 ORMalheurMalheur River below Juntura2006 17050117 Lower Malheurestablished
40666 ORMalheurunnamed irrigation ditch (near Foothills Drive, Ontario, OR) Malheur River, Snake River drainage1995 17050117 Lower Malheurestablished
166850 ORMultnomahMcCarthy Creek, just upstream of Multnomah North. This property is on highway 30 between Portland and Scappoose.2006 17090012 Lower Willamettecollected
166849 ORMultnomahMetro property known as Multnomah North on the west Bank of Multnomah Channel. This property is on highway 30 between Portland and Scappoose.2006 17090012 Lower Willamettecollected

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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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