Richardsonius egregius
Richardsonius egregius
(Lahontan Redside)
Fishes
Native Transplant

10 results for Richardsonius egregius (Lahontan Redside)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
39080 CA headwaters of the Sacramento drainage1950 18020005 Sacramento Headwaterscollected
28847 CA Sacramento drainage1976 18020000 Upper Sacramentoestablished
28851 CA Central Valley drainage1976 18020125 Upper Yubaestablished
28848 CAEl DoradoMill Creek at the headwaters of the Rubicon River1976 18020129 South Fork Americanestablished
29349 CALassenEagle Lake, 56 air km NW Pyramid Lake1948 18080003 Honey-Eagle Lakesestablished
28852 CAPlumasBucks Lake, which drains the north fork of the Feather River1976 18020121 North Fork Featherestablished
28853 CAPlumasWarner Creek, a tributary of the north fork of the Feather River1976 18020121 North Fork Featherestablished
29339 CASierraWebber Lake, 48 airkm due west of Reno1962 16050102 Truckeeestablished
39063 NVNyeRailroad Valley Pond No. 21956 16060012 Hot Creek-Railroad Valleyscollected
39078 NVNyeRailroad Valley Pond No. 21957 16060012 Hot Creek-Railroad Valleyscollected

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