Salvelinus fontinalis
Salvelinus fontinalis
(Brook Trout)
Fishes
Native Transplant

17 results for Salvelinus fontinalis (Brook Trout)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
44469 UTMorgan-Salt Lake-Utahhigh mountain lakes in the Wasatch Mountains1963 16020203 Provoestablished
1677548 UTSalt Lake[No locality description provided]2015 16020204 Jordan 
1673218 UTSalt Lake[No locality description provided]2019 16020204 Jordan 
1675902 UTSalt Lake[No locality description provided]2020 16020204 Jordan 
1676189 UTSalt Lake[No locality description provided]2020 16020204 Jordan 
1676337 UTSalt Lake[No locality description provided]2020 16020204 Jordan 
262212 UTSalt LakeBig Cottonwood Creek, 6 miles east of Cottonwood Heights2000 16020204 Jordanestablished
44473 UTSalt LakeCity Creek near Salt Lake1894 16020204 Jordanestablished
1679843 UTSummit[No locality description provided]2020 16020203 Provo 
263345 UTSummitLong Lake2000 16020203 Provoestablished
263706 UTSummitProvo River, near the mouth of Soapstone Creek2000 16020203 Provoestablished
265740 UTSummitWall Lake2000 16020203 Provoestablished
265742 UTSummitWashington Lake2000 16020203 Provostocked
262185 UTUtahAmerican Fork Creek, east of Alpine2000 16020201 Utah Lakeestablished
264172 UTUtahSilver Lake Flat Reservoir2000 16020201 Utah Lakestocked
44472 UTUtahUtah Lake1894 16020201 Utah Lakeestablished
1730758 UTWasatch[No locality description provided]2020 16020203 Provo 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/16/2024].

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