Salvelinus fontinalis
Salvelinus fontinalis
(Brook Trout)
Fishes
Native Transplant

11 results for Salvelinus fontinalis (Brook Trout)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
614452 CAAlpineCharity valley creek.2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1419606 CAAlpineCharity valley creek.2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1419620 CAAlpineCharity valley creek.2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1420049 CAAlpineNA2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1419796 CAAlpineNA2008 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1419597 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson Creek. Township - 10N; Range - 19E; Section - 7. Maps: 250k - Walker Lake; 24k - Carson Pass; 100k - Smith Valley2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1419611 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson Creek. Township - 10N; Range - 19E; Section - 7. Maps: 250k - Walker Lake; 24k - Carson Pass; 100k - Smith Valley2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
614451 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson Creek. Township - 10N; Range - 19E; Section - 7. Maps: 250k - Walker Lake; 24k - Carson Pass; 100k - Smith Valley2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
614450 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson River. Township - 10N; Range - 19E; Section - 7. Maps: 250k - Walker Lake; 24k - Carson Pass; 100k - Smith Valley. Downstream landmark - Red Lake Creek flows into it, Upstream landmark - Hope Valley Campground.2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1419739 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson River. Township - 10N; Range - 19E; Section - 7. Maps: 250k - Walker Lake; 24k - Carson Pass; 100k - Smith Valley. Downstream landmark - Red Lake Creek flows into it, Upstream landmark - Hope Valley Campground.2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished
1419609 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson River. Township - 10N; Range - 19E; Section - 7. Maps: 250k - Walker Lake; 24k - Carson Pass; 100k - Smith Valley. Downstream landmark - Red Lake Creek flows into it, Upstream landmark - Hope Valley Campground.2002 16050201 Upper Carsonestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/23/2019].

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