Ptychocheilus grandis
Ptychocheilus grandis
(Sacramento Pikeminnow)
Fishes
Native Transplant

13 results for Ptychocheilus grandis (Sacramento Pikeminnow)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28136 CA Eel River in northern CA1979 18010105 Lower Eelestablished
28100 CA South Fork Eel River1979 18010106 South Fork Eelestablished
28131 CALos AngelesPyramid Lake1988 18070102 Santa Claracollected
28121 CASan BernardinoLake Arrowhead, north of San Bernardino1966 18090208 Mojavecollected
1711824 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek2017 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1711825 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek2018 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1711826 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek2018 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1711827 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek2018 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1711828 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek, at Camp San Luis Obispo2018 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1711829 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek, at Camp San Luis Obispo water treatement plant2018 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
1711823 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek, in Chorro Creek Ecological Reserve2017 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
28090 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek, tributary to Morro Bay1975 18060006 Central Coastalestablished
28126 CASan Luis ObispoLos Osos Creek, tributary to Morro Bay1975 18060006 Central Coastalestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/4/2024].

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