Specimen Information

Ameiurus melas
Ameiurus melas
(Black Bullhead)
Fishes
Native Transplant

Specimen ID163514
GroupFishes
GenusAmeiurus
Speciesmelas
Common NameBlack Bullhead
StateCA
CountySolano
LocalitySuisun Marsh [wetlands between Grizzly Bay and Fairfield]
Mapping AccuracyApproximate
HUC8 NameSuisun Bay
HUC8 Number18050001
Map
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Collection Year2002
Year AccuracyPublication Year
Potential Pathwaystocked for sport | stocked for food
Statusestablished
Reference 1
Ref. Number:14125
Author:Matern, S.A., P.B. Moyle, and L.C. Pierce
Date:2002
Title:Native and alien fishes in a California estuarine marsh: twenty-one years of changing assemblages.
Journal:Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume:131
Pages:797-816
Reference 2
Ref. Number:13709
Author:Moyle, P.B.
Date:2002
Title:Inland fishes of California.
Publisher:University of California Press
Pages:502 pp.
CommentsCollected with otter trawl and beach seine from May 1979 thru December 1999.
Record TypeLiterature
Earliest Recorddrainage
Freshwater/MarineFreshwater
Number Collected92


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