Salvelinus fontinalis
Salvelinus fontinalis
(Brook Trout)
Fishes
Native Transplant

50 results for Salvelinus fontinalis (Brook Trout)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
266502 MTCascadeBelt Creek1994 10030105 Beltestablished
266503 MTCascadeBelt Creek2002 10030105 Beltestablished
292852 MTCascadeBelt Creek(River Mile: 38.9 to 88.3)1931 10030105 Beltestablished
292851 MTCascadeBelt Creek(River Mile: 38.9 to 88.3)1949 10030105 Beltestablished
292847 MTCascadeBelt Creek(River Miles: 77.7 to 77.9)2000 10030105 Beltestablished
292846 MTCascadeBelt Creek(River Miles: 77.7 to 77.9)2010 10030105 Beltestablished
292848 MTCascadeBelt Creek(River Miles: 78.4 to 78.5)2002 10030105 Beltestablished
292849 MTCascadeBelt Creek(River Miles: 81.7 to 81.8)2011 10030105 Beltestablished
292850 MTCascadeBelt Creek(River Miles: 84.9 to 85)1994 10030105 Beltestablished
614484 MTCascadeBelt Creek. Township - 14N; Range - 8E; Section - 29. Maps: 250k - White Sulfur Springs; 24k - Neihart; 100k - White Sulphur Springs. Downstream landmark - Carpenter Creek, Upstream landmark - Neihart, MT; Spring Gulch2002 10030105 Beltestablished
1419577 MTCascadeBelt Creek. Township - 14N; Range - 8E; Section - 29. Maps: 250k - White Sulfur Springs; 24k - Neihart; 100k - White Sulphur Springs. Downstream landmark - Carpenter Creek, Upstream landmark - Neihart, MT; Spring Gulch2002 10030105 Beltestablished
1419591 MTCascadeBelt Creek. Township - 14N; Range - 8E; Section - 29. Maps: 250k - White Sulphur Springs; 24k - Neihart; 100k - White Sulphur Springs. Downstream landmark - Carpenter Creek, Upstream landmark - Neihart, MT; Spring Gulch2002 10030105 Beltestablished
266504 MTCascadeBender Creek1995 10030105 Beltestablished
292857 MTCascadeBender Creek(River Miles: 0.6 to 0.7)1995 10030105 Beltestablished
292856 MTCascadeBender Creek(River Miles: 0.6 to 0.7)2005 10030105 Beltestablished
266505 MTCascadeBig Otter Creek1987 10030105 Beltestablished
292942 MTCascadeBig Otter Creek(River Mile: 0 to 30.7)1931 10030105 Beltestablished
292941 MTCascadeBig Otter Creek(River Mile: 0 to 30.7)1941 10030105 Beltestablished
292940 MTCascadeBig Otter Creek(River Mile: 0 to 30.7)1951 10030105 Beltestablished
266506 MTCascadeBlanding Gulch1998 10030105 Beltestablished
293002 MTCascadeBlanding Gulch(River Miles: 0 to 1)1998 10030105 Beltestablished
266507 MTCascadeChamberlain Creek1995 10030105 Beltestablished
266508 MTCascadeCrawford Creek1995 10030105 Beltestablished
266510 MTCascadeDry Fork Belt Creek1987 10030105 Beltestablished
266511 MTCascadeDry Fork Belt Creek1995 10030105 Beltestablished
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/20/2019].

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