Ameiurus catus
Ameiurus catus
(White Catfish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

7 results for Ameiurus catus (White Catfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
37886 WA coastal waters1998 17100102 Queets-Quinaultcollected
45734 WA state non-specific1880 17000000 Pacific Northwest Regionfailed
46012 WAClarkBlue Lake, diked from the Columbia River1932 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskaniefailed
45739 WACowlitzSilver Lake1888 17080005 Lower Cowlitzestablished
45738 WACowlitz-LewisCowlitz River1896 17080005 Lower Cowlitzestablished
238799 WAGrantBanks Lake (Grand Coulee Reservoir)2003 17020014 Banks Lakefailed
238800 WASnohomishUnnamed private lake near Monroe2003 17110009 Skykomishfailed

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