Percina macrolepida
Percina macrolepida
(Bigscale Logperch)
Native Transplant

12 results for Percina macrolepida (Bigscale Logperch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
277584 CASacramentoBrannan Island State Park, at swimming area on Seven Mile Slough.1974 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
277585 CASacramentoBrannan Island State Park, at swimming area on Seven Mile Slough.1974 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
620931 CASacramentoDelta [general location]1972 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
620929 CASacramentoDelta [general location]1973 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
620935 CASacramentoDelta [general location]1989 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
277576 CASacramentoSacramento River, at Miller Park.1973 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
277583 CASacramentoSacramento River, at Miller Park.1974 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
613912 CASacramentoSacramento River, Miller Park1973 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
277586 CASacramentoSherman Island, public launch ramp.1974 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
277590 CASolanoCache Slough off of the Sacramento River and the Mokelumne River system1974 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
29928 CAYoloPutah Creek on the University of California at Davis campus, about 15 miles upstream from the Sacramento River.1973 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished
159778 CAYoloYolo Bypass2001 18020163 Lower Sacramentoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [3/3/2024].

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