Coregonus clupeaformis
Coregonus clupeaformis
(Lake Whitefish)
Native Transplant

15 results for Coregonus clupeaformis (Lake Whitefish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28278 CA state non-specific1883 18000000 California Regionfailed
28277 CAAlamedaChabot Lake1879 18050004 San Francisco Bayfailed
28265 CAKingsTulare Lake [Dried up]1875 18030012 Tulare Lake Bedfailed
28274 CAKingsTulare Lake [Dried up]1879 18030012 Tulare Lake Bedfailed
28264 CALakeClear Lake, 80 NW of Sacramento1873 18020116 Upper Cachefailed
28273 CALassenEagle Lake1879 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesfailed
28263 CANevadaDonner Lake1877 16050102 Truckeefailed
28271 CANevadaDonner Lake1879 16050102 Truckeefailed
28272 CANevadaNevada County lakes1879 18020100 Lower Sacramentofailed
28266 CAPlacerPlacer County lakes1877 18020100 Lower Sacramentofailed
28267 CAPlacer/El DoradoLake Tahoe1877 16050101 Lake Tahoefailed
28269 CAPlacer/El DoradoLake Tahoe1879 16050101 Lake Tahoefailed
28276 CASanta ClaraSan Jose Water Company's reservoir1879 18050003 Coyotefailed
28281 CASanta ClaraSereno Lake1877 18050003 Coyotefailed
28275 CASonomaMark West Creek1879 18010110 Russianfailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/18/2024].

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