Ameiurus nebulosus
Ameiurus nebulosus
(Brown Bullhead)
Fishes
Native Transplant

16 results for Ameiurus nebulosus (Brown Bullhead)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
41333 ORMorrowJohn Day Pool (Lake Umatilla), includes John Day Arm and Willow Creek Arm, on Columbia River behind John Day dam.2001 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297244 ORMorrowJohn Day Pool (Lake Umatilla), includes John Day Arm and Willow Creek Arm, on Columbia River behind John Day dam.2009 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297254 ORMorrowJohn Day Pool (Lake Umatilla), includes John Day Arm and Willow Creek Arm, on Columbia River behind John Day dam.2013 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
41337 ORMorrowMcCormack Slough, 5 miles northeast of Boardman. Highway 730 to milepost 171.9, turn north on Patterson Ferry Road, go 1.9 miles. Turn west on gravel road (0.1 mi past Umatilla Natl Wildlife Refuge Info Center and parking area).2001 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297260 ORMorrowMcCormack Slough, 5 miles northeast of Boardman. Highway 730 to milepost 171.9, turn north on Patterson Ferry Road, go 1.9 miles. Turn west on gravel road (0.1 mi past Umatilla Natl Wildlife Refuge Info Center and parking area).2009 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297264 ORMorrowMcCormack Slough, 5 miles northeast of Boardman. Highway 730 to milepost 171.9, turn north on Patterson Ferry Road, go 1.9 miles. Turn west on gravel road (0.1 mi past Umatilla Natl Wildlife Refuge Info Center and parking area).2013 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
41755 ORMorrowTatone Pond, 2 miles west of Boardman between I-84 and Columbia River; I-84N exit 159 (Tower Rd. Exit), turn N to railroad tracks, drive east along tracks to parking lot, walk 0.2 miles N to Tatone Pond.2001 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297272 ORMorrowTatone Pond, 2 miles west of Boardman between I-84 and Columbia River; I-84N exit 159 (Tower Rd. Exit), turn N to railroad tracks, drive east along tracks to parking lot, walk 0.2 miles N to Tatone Pond.2009 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297271 ORMorrowTatone Pond, 2 miles west of Boardman between I-84 and Columbia River; I-84N exit 159 (Tower Rd. Exit), turn N to railroad tracks, drive east along tracks to parking lot, walk 0.2 miles N to Tatone Pond.2013 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
41399 ORShermanJohn Day Pool, on Columbia River behind John Day Dam (Sherman, Gilliam, Morrow, and Umatilla Counties).2001 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297431 ORShermanJohn Day Pool, on Columbia River behind John Day Dam (Sherman, Gilliam, Morrow, and Umatilla Counties).2009 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297439 ORShermanJohn Day Pool, on Columbia River behind John Day Dam (Sherman, Gilliam, Morrow, and Umatilla Counties).2013 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
41444 ORUmatillaMcNary Pool (Lake Wallula), on Columbia River above McNary Dam2001 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297553 ORUmatillaMcNary Pool (Lake Wallula), on Columbia River above McNary Dam2009 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
297562 ORUmatillaMcNary Pool (Lake Wallula), on Columbia River above McNary Dam2013 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished
268421 ORUmatillaUmatilla River1936 17070101 Middle Columbia-Lake Wallulaestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/7/2020].

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