Percina macrolepida
Percina macrolepida
(Bigscale Logperch)
Fishes
Native Transplant

5 results for Percina macrolepida (Bigscale Logperch)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
277594 COLarimerBaker Lake, 8 km east of Ft. Collins.1988 10190007 Cache La Poudreestablished
40310 OKCusterWashita River (Custer County) 320 km above Lake Texoma1988 11130302 Upper Washitacollected
40313 OKTexasLake Optima in Texas County in the Canadian drainage1988 11100103 Coldwatercollected
40312 OKWoodwardFort Supply Lake in Harper County (erroneous in Woodward County)1988 11100203 Lower Wolfcollected
40311 OKWoodwardNorth Canadian River in Woodward County1988 11100301 Middle North Canadiancollected

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