Poeciliopsis occidentalis occidentalis
Poeciliopsis occidentalis occidentalis
(Gila Topminnow)
Native Transplant

9 results for Poeciliopsis occidentalis occidentalis (Gila Topminnow)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
279155 AZPimaAlambre Tank.1982 15050302 Rillitofailed
279157 AZPimaArivaca Creek.1936 15050304 Brawley Washfailed
279156 AZPimaEast Fork Apache Canyon.1976 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzfailed
279267 AZPimaNogales Spring1988 15050302 Rillitofailed
279242 AZPimaRomero Canyon.1982 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzunknown
279265 AZPimaSabino Canyon1982 15050302 Rillitofailed
279254 AZPimaWhite Tank #2.1982 15050302 Rillitoextirpated
279260 AZPimaYellowstone Tank.1982 15050302 Rillitoextirpated
279183 AZSanta CruzEl Pilar.1982 15050301 Upper Santa Cruzextirpated

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/15/2021].

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