Cyprinodon macularius
Cyprinodon macularius
(Desert Pupfish)
Native Transplant

9 results for Cyprinodon macularius (Desert Pupfish)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
29556 Desert PupfishCAButteButte County Mosquito Abatement District pond, Butte County, CA1993 18020100 Lower Sacramentoextirpated
29561 Desert PupfishCARiversideLiving Desert, Palm Desert, Riverside County1993 18100201 Whitewater Riverestablished
29534 Desert PupfishCARiversidenatural spring/artificial (earthen) pond; Simone/McCallum Pond, Thousand Palms Oasis, Riverside County, CA1993 18100201 Whitewater Riverstocked
29535 Desert PupfishCARiversidenatural spring/artificial (earthen) pond; Visitor Center Pond, Thousand Palms Oasis, Riverside County, CA1993 18100201 Whitewater Riverstocked
29557 Desert PupfishCARiversideSalton Sea State Recreation Area HQ, Riverside County, CA1993 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
29560 Desert PupfishCARiversideSimone/McCallum Pond, Thousand Palms Oasis, Coachella Valley Preserve, Riverside County, CA1993 18100201 Whitewater Riverestablished
29538 Desert PupfishCARiversideThe Living Desert, Riverside County, CA, in an artificial (earthen) pond1993 18100201 Whitewater Riverstocked
29562 Desert PupfishCARiversideThousand Palms Oasis via Simone/McCallum Pond, Visitor Center, Riverside County, CA1993 18100201 Whitewater Riverestablished
29544 Desert PupfishCASan DiegoPalm Spring in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park1993 18100202 Carrizo Creekextirpated

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

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