Lithobates catesbeianus
Lithobates catesbeianus
(American Bullfrog)
Native Transplant

17 results for Lithobates catesbeianus (American Bullfrog)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
58 NVClarkColorado River1966 15030101 Havasu-Mohave Lakesestablished
262493 NVClarkColorado River, lower1967 15030101 Havasu-Mohave Lakesestablished
266071 NVClarkLas Vegas1942 15010015 Las Vegas Washestablished
266073 NVClarkMoapa River Indian Reservation, near Glendale (in drainage ditches)1942 15010012 Muddyestablished
262496 NVClarkMoapa River, downstream portions1967 15010012 Muddyestablished
262494 NVClarkVirgin River, lower, at Mesquite1967 15010010 Lower Virginestablished
59 NVDoug-Lyon-WashoeLake Tahoe region1966 16050101 Lake Tahoeestablished
262495 NVLincolnMeadow Valley Wash1967 15010013 Meadow Valley Washestablished
260483 NVLincolnMeadow Valley Wash2001 15010013 Meadow Valley Washestablished
163854 NVLincolnPahranagat National Wildlife Refuge, reservoirs2005 15010011 Whiteestablished
264408 NVNyeAsh Meadows National Wildlife Refuge1933 18090202 Upper Amargosaestablished
264409 NVNyeAsh Meadows National Wildlife Refuge1936 18090202 Upper Amargosaestablished
1457661 NVNyeAsh Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, several springs1978 18090202 Upper Amargosaestablished
745012 NVNyeHot Springs Pupfish Sanctuary, 12 mi north of Big Pine1981 18090202 Upper Amargosaestablished
60 NVNyeNorthern Mojave drainage near the CA/NV border1966 18090200 Northern Mojaveestablished
262488 NVNyeVarious springs and marshes in the lower desert areas of southern Nevada1967 15010011 Whiteestablished
616829 NVWashoeMud Lake, Washoe Valley1951 18080001 Surprise Valleyunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/2/2021].

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