Pseudacris regilla
Pseudacris regilla
(Northern Pacific Treefrog)
Native Transplant

12 results for Pseudacris regilla (Northern Pacific Treefrog)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
920 AKKetchikan GatewayMuskeg pond system in the Ward Lake Recreation Area of Ketchikan1960 19010102 Ketchikancollected
919 AKKetchikan GatewayMuskeg pond system in the Ward Lake Recreation Area of Ketchikan1991 19010102 Ketchikanestablished
921 AKKetchikan GatewayMuskeg pond system in the Ward Lake Recreation Area of Ketchikan1992 19010102 Ketchikanestablished
273900 AKWrangell-Petersburgsmall pond adjacent to Ward Creek Recreation Area1991 19010102 Ketchikanestablished
367 AZ state non-specific1995 15000000 Lower Colorado Regioncollected
1724108 BC Como Lake, Vancouver Island1961   
1724109 BC Mayer Lake, 10km southeast of Port Clements1965   
1724110 BC South-western head of Masset Inlet on Graham Island1980 32505500 North American Pacific Fijordland 
276056 MT Clark Fork drainage2004 17010213 Lower Clark Forkestablished
276060 MT Bitterroot River drainage2004 17010205 Bitterrootestablished
276055 MTFlatheadFlathead River drainage2004 17010200 Pend Oreilleestablished
276054 MTLincolnKootenai drainage2004 17010101 Middle Kootenaiestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/23/2024].

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