Lithobates berlandieri
Lithobates berlandieri
(Rio Grande Leopard Frog)
Native Transplant

10 results for Lithobates berlandieri (Rio Grande Leopard Frog)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
178 CA state non-specific1991 18000000 California Regioncollected
929 CAAlamedaLake Temescal, near Oakland1937 18050002 San Pablo Bayestablished
287 CAImperialColorado River 2.3 km E of I-8 river crossing1990 15030107 Lower Coloradoestablished
269 CAImperialColorado River near Pilot Knob, 8.4 km WNW of Yuma1990 15030107 Lower Coloradoestablished
286 CAImperialColorado River, 3.3 km WNW of I-8 river crossing1990 15030107 Lower Coloradoestablished
285 CAImperialditch on California side of the Colorado River, 7.3 km WNW of I-8 river crossing1990 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
928 CAImperialImperial irrigation district triploid grass carp hatchery on Dogwood Road, El Centro1991 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
365 CAImperialImperial Valley near the Mexican boundary to the Salton Sea1996 18100204 Salton Seaestablished
927 CAImperialopen canal in field 0.75 mi. southeast of San Pasqual School, north of Winterhaven1989 15030107 Lower Coloradocollected
364 CAImperialSalton Sea1996 18100204 Salton Seaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/22/2024].

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