Culaea inconstans
Culaea inconstans
(Brook Stickleback)
Fishes
Native Transplant

11 results for Culaea inconstans (Brook Stickleback)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1340520 WASpokane30 Acre Lake (Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge)2015 17060109 Rockunknown
1340521 WASpokaneBlackhorse Lake (Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge)2015 17060109 Rockunknown
238876 WASpokaneChapman Lake2003 17060109 Rockcollected
1340516 WASpokaneCheever (Pine) Lake (Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge)2015 17060109 Rockunknown
1340515 WASpokaneKepple Lake (Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge)2015 17060109 Rockunknown
1340522 WASpokaneTurnbull Slough (Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge)2015 17060108 Palouseunknown
1340523 WASpokaneWest Isaacson Lake (Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge)2015 17060109 Rockunknown
1340519 WASpokaneWindmill Pond (Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge)2015 17060109 Rockunknown
239099 WAWhitmanPine Creek, tributary to Rock Creek in the Palouse River drainage2003 17060109 Rockcollected
275007 WAWhitmanRock Creek1999 17060109 Rockestablished
239098 WAWhitmanRock Creek2003 17060109 Rockcollected

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