Ameiurus melas
Ameiurus melas
(Black Bullhead)
Native Transplant

6 results for Ameiurus melas (Black Bullhead)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1335070 CARiversideMurietta Creek at Rancho California Rd.; under road and to the S1997 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1335073 CARiversideSanta Margarita River, 300-400 m downstream of confluence with Murrietta Creek, at and above gauging station1997 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1335072 CASan DiegoFallbrook, Santa Margarita River, "Santa Margarita Trail"' ca. 1 km upstream of trailhead at Sandia1997 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1335068 CASan DiegoSanta Margarita River; ca. 200 m downstream of junction Sandia and De Luz roads; rocky pool - 100 m downstream sampled1997 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1335069 CASan DiegoSanta Margarita River; downstream of Sandia Bridge (on Sandia Road) 300m-0m.1997 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished
1335071 CASan DiegoSanta Margarita River; upper boundaryCamp Pendleton, WSW of junction De Luz and Sandia Roads1997 18070302 Santa Margaritaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/24/2024].

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