Catostomus occidentalis
Catostomus occidentalis
(Sacramento Sucker)
Fishes
Native Transplant

10 results for Catostomus occidentalis (Sacramento Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1462402 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson River2003 16050201 Upper Carsonunknown
1462403 CAAlpineWest Fork Carson River2003 16050201 Upper Carsonunknown
1462406 CADel NorteSmith River2003 18010101 Smithunknown
1462401 CAEl DoradoLittle Truckee River1898 16050101 Lake Tahoefailed
1462415 CASan Luis ObispoCayucos Creek2002 18060006 Central Coastalunknown
1462414 CASan Luis ObispoChorro Creek2002 18060006 Central Coastalunknown
1462412 CASan Luis ObispoMorro Creek2002 18060006 Central Coastalunknown
1462411 CASan Luis ObispoWhale Rock Reservoir2002 18060006 Central Coastalunknown
1462405 CASanta BarbaraTributary of Santa Maria River1945 18060008 Santa Mariaunknown
28876 CASiskiyouupper Klamath River1976 18010209 Lower Klamathcollected

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