Catostomus tahoensis
Catostomus tahoensis
(Tahoe Sucker)
Native Transplant

11 results for Catostomus tahoensis (Tahoe Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28870 CA Central Valley drainage1976 18020125 Upper Yubaestablished
39099 CA headwaters of the Sacramento drainage (Feather and Rubicon)1950 18020122 East Branch North Fork Featherestablished
28872 CAEl Doradoupper reaches of the Rubicon River, Sacramento system1950 18020128 North Fork Americanestablished
1462389 CALassenCedar Creek1979 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1462390 CALassenCedar Creek1979 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1462391 CALassenCedar Creek1979 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
1462392 CALassenCedar Creek1979 18020002 Upper Pitunknown
278591 CAPlumasBig Grizzly Creek, 150 yards below Highway 40A [now CA 70] Bridge no. F-1375+11.1961 18020123 Middle Fork Featherestablished
278587 CAPlumasMud Creek.1924 18020121 North Fork Featherestablished
28871 CAPlumasupper reaches of the Feather River, Sacramento system1950 18020100 Lower Sacramentoestablished
278592 CAPlumasWillow Creek, 1 mile west of Clio on Hwy. 89.1945 18020123 Middle Fork Featherestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/9/2023].

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