Ameiurus melas
Ameiurus melas
(Black Bullhead)
Fishes
Native Transplant

29 results for Ameiurus melas (Black Bullhead)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28950 CA L.A. Basin1976 18070105 Los Angelesestablished
29515 CA upper portions of the Santa Clara River system1977 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
1335114 CALos Angeles[No locality string in original GBIF record]1974 18070106 San Gabrielestablished
1335126 CALos AngelesArroyo Seco, 100 yds above and below Colorado blvd (210 Fwy) Pasadena1972 18070105 Los Angelesestablished
1335111 CALos AngelesCastaic Creek, just below Castaic Lagoon1975 18070102 Santa Claraestablished
1335094 CALos AngelesEcho Park Lake1984 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335130 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335131 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335132 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335133 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335134 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335135 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335136 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335137 CALos AngelesLos Angeles Co., Malibu Cr. from crossing Pacific Coast Hwy. 1 to Dam, about 3 mi. of stream.1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
259209 CALos AngelesLos Angeles River2007 18070105 Los Angelesestablished
1335112 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek1975 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335129 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek 5-7 miles west of Santa Monica, 0.25-0.5 miles upstream crossing Highway 11972 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335143 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek about 1/4 mile downstream from Las Virgenes Rd. (Malibu Canyon Rd.) bridge, in a pool on east Bank (opposite 30691)1969 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335142 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek about 1/4 mile downstream from Las Virgenes Road (Malibu Canyon Road) bridge, in pool on west bank1969 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335138 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek between mouth and dam 3 miles north now flowing out to sea on surface, even at low tide1971 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335117 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek, 1-1.5 mi. up from mouth.1974 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335108 CALos AngelesMalibu Creek, Tapia Park downstream to WPA Dam1976 18070104 Santa Monica Bayestablished
1335127 CALos AngelesPasadena, Arroyo Seco and small impounded trib. entering from E, 0.25 miles north Pasadena Freeway1972 18070105 Los Angelesestablished
1335125 CALos AngelesPasadena, Arroyo Seco at crossing of Colorado blvd. bridge1972 18070105 Los Angelesestablished
1335124 CALos AngelesRio Hondo wash between San Gabriel Blvd Bridge and Whittier Narrows Dam1972 18070105 Los Angelesestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/15/2021].

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