Lithobates catesbeianus
Lithobates catesbeianus
(American Bullfrog)
Native Transplant

15 results for Lithobates catesbeianus (American Bullfrog)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
66 AZ much of the southern half of AZ (Gila, Salt,San Pedro-Wilcox, etc)1966 15050303 Lower Santa Cruzestablished
253 AZCochiseParker Canyon Lake in the Huachuca Mountains1988 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzestablished
167097 AZPimaArivaca Lake2001 15050304 Brawley Washestablished
163832 AZPimaBuenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge2005 15050304 Brawley Washestablished
745013 AZPimaBuenos Aires NWR2002 15050304 Brawley Washestablished
584 AZPimaCienega Creek1988 15050302 Rillitoestablished
371 AZPimaCoronado National Forest1996 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzcollected
358 AZPimaSaguaro National Park, Rincon Mountain Unit, Tuscon1978 15050302 Rillitocollected
583 AZPimaSharp Spring1988 15050300 Santa Cruzestablished
744986 AZSanta CruzCA. 7 MI. NW NOGALES, LAKE PEA BLANCA1970 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzestablished
167450 AZSanta CruzPatagonia Lake2001 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzestablished
167459 AZSanta CruzPena Blanca Lake2001 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzestablished
242783 AZSanta CruzSan Rafael Valley1999 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzestablished
585 AZSanta CruzSanta Cruz River at Potrero Canyon, marsh and cienega1988 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzestablished
586 AZSanta CruzSonoita Creek, marsh and cienega1988 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/12/2021].

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