Ameiurus nebulosus
Ameiurus nebulosus
(Brown Bullhead)
Native Transplant

173 results for Ameiurus nebulosus (Brown Bullhead)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
297411 OR Willamette River sloughs, from Wheatland Ferry to mouth of Santiam River.2013 17090007 Middle Willametteestablished
295675 ORBakerHells Canyon Reservoir2013 17050201 Brownlee Reservoirestablished
295696 ORBakerOxbow Reservoir2013 17050201 Brownlee Reservoirestablished
295734 ORBentonBonner Lake, from hwy 233 go west to Hoskins, from Hoskins take Summit Road west 1.3 miles2013 17090003 Upper Willametteestablished
295744 ORBentonWillamette River sloughs - from mouth of Santiam River to Harrisburg.2013 17090003 Upper Willametteestablished
295758 ORClackamasWillamette River sloughs, from Milwaukie to mouth of Pudding River2013 17090007 Middle Willametteestablished
295765 ORClackamasWilsonville Pond, west of I-5 one mile south of Wilsonville rest area; from Butteville road take Boones Ferry Road north0.5 miles.2013 17090007 Middle Willametteestablished
295795 ORClatsopCoffenbury Lake, within Fort Stevens State Park, 2 miles west of Warrenton.2013 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295811 ORClatsopCullaby Lake, 4 miles north of Gearhart and east of hwy 101.2013 17080006 Lower Columbiaestablished
295835 ORClatsopSeaside Log Ponds, east of hwy 101 near Seaside city limits.2013 17100201 Necanicumestablished
295839 ORClatsopSlusher Lake, Camp Rilea (National Guard), 3.5 miles southwest of Warrenton and west of hwy 101.2013 17100201 Necanicumestablished
295876 ORClatsopSunset Lake, 4 miles north of Gearhart and west of hwy 101, access via Sunset Beach Road.2013 17100201 Necanicumestablished
295882 ORClatsopWest Lake, 3 miles north of Gearhart and east of highway 101.2013 17100201 Necanicumestablished
295939 ORColumbiaDeer Island Slough, northwest of Columbia City off hwy 30 at Reichold Chemical (access only at south end).2013 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
295951 ORColumbiaDibblee's Slough, Dibblee Point northwest of Rainer2013 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
295967 ORColumbiaGoat Island Slough, northwest of Columbia City off highway 30 at Reichold Chemical (access at south end only)2013 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
295994 ORColumbiaPrescott Slough, along highway 30 at Prescott Junction, west of Trojan Nuclear Power Plant.2013 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
295995 ORColumbiaPrescott Slough, along highway 30 at Prescott Junction, west of Trojan Nuclear Power Plant.2013 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
296008 ORColumbiaRecreation Lake, along highway 30 at Trojan Nuclear Power Plant.2013 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
296017 ORColumbiaReichold Chemical Discharge Canal.2013 17080003 Lower Columbia-Clatskanieestablished
296041 ORColumbiaSantosh Slough, off Multnomah channel north of Scappoose, approximately 2.7 miles beyond Columbia County airport via Dike Road off hwy 30.2013 17090012 Lower Willametteestablished
296052 ORColumbiaSauvie Island Lakes and sloughs, northwest of Portland and east of highway 30.2013 17090012 Lower Willametteestablished
296059 ORColumbiaScappoose Bay, south end of the city pf St. Helens, off Multnomah channel.2013 17090012 Lower Willametteestablished
296083 ORCoosBradley Lake, 3 miles south of Brandon2013 17100306 Sixesestablished
296087 ORCoosCoquille River, the tidal portion from Riverton upstream to Myrtle Point.2013 17100305 Coquilleestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/5/2023].

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