Acanthogobius flavimanus
Acanthogobius flavimanus
(Yellowfin Goby)
Marine Fishes

12 results for Acanthogobius flavimanus (Yellowfin Goby)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
161199 CA San Gabriel River1986 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
1678648 CALos Angeles[No locality description provided]2019 18070106 San Gabriel 
1675611 CALos Angeles[No locality description provided]2020 18070106 San Gabriel 
162771 CALos AngelesChannel 3 of Long Beach Harbor1978 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
620827 CALos AngelesLong Beach Harbor1978 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
276620 CALos AngelesLong Beach Harbor, in front of Long Beach Generating Station1978 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
620812 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Habor1977 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
272792 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Harbor [San Pedro Bay]1977 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
276603 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Harbor, just outside Fish Harbor.1986 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
161201 CALos AngelesLos Angeles/Long Beach Harbors1986 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
620833 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel River1979 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
550697 CALos AngelesSan Gabriel River between Westminster Bridge and 7th Street Bridge1978 18070106 San Gabrielestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/20/2024].

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