Salvelinus fontinalis
Salvelinus fontinalis
(Brook Trout)
Native Transplant

18 results for Salvelinus fontinalis (Brook Trout)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1419812 SDLawrenceNA2008 10120110 Rapidestablished
1419813 SDLawrenceNA2010 10120110 Rapidestablished
1419897 SDLawrenceNA2010 10120110 Rapidestablished
42646 SDPenningtonCastle Creek, 5 miles above Deerfield Reservoir1950 10120110 Rapidestablished
278171 SDPenningtonCastle Creek, 5 miles above Deerfield Reservoir2001 10120110 Rapidestablished
614515 SDPenningtonCastle Creek.2003 10120110 Rapidestablished
1419624 SDPenningtonCastle Creek.2003 10120110 Rapidestablished
1419740 SDPenningtonCastle Creek.2003 10120110 Rapidestablished
278172 SDPenningtonDeerfield Lake2001 10120110 Rapidestablished
278173 SDPenningtonDitch Creek2001 10120110 Rapidestablished
1419507 SDPenningtonDitch Creek, 14 mi. W Hill City1965 10120110 Rapidestablished
614514 SDPenningtonDitch Creek, 14 mi. W Hill City1965 10120110 Rapidestablished
1420197 SDPenningtonNA2009 10120110 Rapidestablished
1419896 SDPenningtonNA2010 10120110 Rapidestablished
278178 SDPenningtonNorth Fork Rapid Creek2001 10120110 Rapidestablished
260788 SDPenningtonPactola Reservoir [Rapid River ~10 miles W of Rapid City]1982 10120110 Rapidstocked
278179 SDPenningtonRapid Creek2001 10120110 Rapidestablished
278180 SDPenningtonRhodes Fork Creek2001 10120110 Rapidestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/29/2024].

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