Ameiurus natalis
Ameiurus natalis
(Yellow Bullhead)
Native Transplant

15 results for Ameiurus natalis (Yellow Bullhead)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
38438 NM Canadian River drainage1950 11080000 Upper Canadianestablished
38164 NM Canadian River drainage1990 11080000 Upper Canadianestablished
38439 NM Gila River drainage1950 15040002 Upper Gila-Mangasestablished
38165 NM Gila River drainage1990 15040002 Upper Gila-Mangasestablished
38351 NM lower Gila River1957 15040002 Upper Gila-Mangasestablished
38163 NM Rio Grande drainage1990 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
38440 NM San Francisco drainage1950 15040004 San Franciscocollected
38167 NM San Francisco drainage1990 15040004 San Franciscocollected
38437 NM Rio Grande drainage1950 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
38350 NM state non-specific1957  established
38441 NM Upper Pecos (HUC6) non-specific1955 13060000 Upper Pecosestablished
38168 NM Upper Pecos (HUC6) non-specific1990 13060000 Upper Pecosextirpated
38391 NMBernalilloRio Grande1991 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished
38169 NMUnionDry Cimarron River tributary in extreme NE New Mexico1986 11040001 Cimarron Headwatersestablished
38392 NMValenciaRio Grande1991 13020203 Rio Grande-Albuquerqueestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/20/2024].

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