Orthodon microlepidotus
Orthodon microlepidotus
(Sacramento Blackfish)
Native Transplant

16 results for Orthodon microlepidotus (Sacramento Blackfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28829 CA L.A. Basin1976 18070105 Los Angelescollected
28828 CA Sacramento-San Joaquin drainage, coast of1976 18060015 Monterey Bayestablished
28830 CAMendocinoRussian River Reservoir on the Carmel River in southern CA1966 18010110 Russianestablished
158299 CASan FranciscoPresidio of San Francisco Park1999 18050002 San Pablo Baycollected
38864 NV Lahontan drainage1962 16050000 Central Lahontanestablished
159636 NV Lahontan Reservoir2001 16050202 Middle Carsonestablished
39340 NV Reno (near) (Truckee Meadows?)1987 16050102 Truckeeestablished
38657 NV Truckee Meadows area near Reno1966 16050102 Truckeefailed
39221 NV state non-specific1948  collected
159638 NVChurchillIndian Lakes2001 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
39223 NVChurchillLahontan Dam1962 16050203 Carson Desertestablished
38734 NVChurchillLahontan Reservoir1984 16050202 Middle Carsonestablished
38733 NVLyonLahontan Reservoir1984 16050202 Middle Carsonestablished
39339 NVLyonLahontan Reservoir1987 16050202 Middle Carsonestablished
38732 NVWashoeSparks, irrigation ditches to the east of Sparks1984 16050102 Truckeeestablished
38730 NVWashoeTruckee Meadows area near Reno1962 16050102 Truckeefailed

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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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