Cyprinodon macularius
Cyprinodon macularius
(Desert Pupfish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

8 results for Cyprinodon macularius (Desert Pupfish)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29548 Desert PupfishCAImperialOasis Spring Ecological Reserve, Riverside County, CA1977 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
29552 Desert PupfishCAImperialOasis Spring Ecological Reserve, Riverside County, CA1979 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
29530 Desert PupfishCAImperialOasis Spring Ecological Reserve, Riverside County, CA; artesian well and two earthen ponds1977 18100204 Salton Seastocked
29533 Desert PupfishCAImperialOasis Spring Ecological Reserve, Riverside County, CA; artesian well and two earthen ponds1979 18100204 Salton Seastocked
29542 Desert PupfishCARiversideDos Palmas, Riverside County, CA1939 18100204 Salton Seaextirpated
29563 Desert PupfishCARiversideRancho Dos Palmas via Simone/McCallum Pond, Riverside County, CA1990 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
29537 Desert PupfishCARiversideRancho Dos Palmas, Riverside County, CA, in an artificial (earthen) pond1990 18100204 Salton Seastocked
29557 Desert PupfishCARiversideSalton Sea State Recreation Area HQ, Riverside County, CA1993 18100204 Salton Seaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/18/2019].

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