Ameiurus catus
Ameiurus catus
(White Catfish)
Native Transplant

12 results for Ameiurus catus (White Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
39138 NVChurchill1.6 km N of Stillwater1941 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
39137 NVChurchill8.4 km N of Stillwater1943 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
39135 NVChurchillFallon vicinity1938 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
39136 NVChurchillFallon vicinity, both above and below the Lahontan Dam1939 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
38738 NVChurchillIndian Lakes1946 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
39140 NVChurchillIndian Lakes1962 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
38741 NVChurchillIndian Lakes1972 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
265565 NVChurchillIndian Lakes2001 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
38739 NVChurchillStillwater Marsh1946 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
39141 NVChurchillStillwater Marsh1962 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
38964 NVChurchillStillwater Marsh1962 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
38740 NVChurchillStillwater Marsh1972 16050203 Carson Desertestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/3/2024].

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