Cyprinodon nevadensis
Cyprinodon nevadensis
(Amargosa Pupfish)
Native Transplant

13 results for Cyprinodon nevadensis (Amargosa Pupfish)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28970 Amargosa PupfishCA Mojave drainage1976 18090208 Mojaveestablished
160319 Amargosa pupfishCAInyoLittle Lake, Owens Valley, Inyo County, CA1939 18090205 Indian Wells-Searles Valleysfailed
160328 Amargosa pupfishCAInyoLittle Lake, Owens Valley, Inyo County, CA1940 18090205 Indian Wells-Searles Valleysfailed
161094 Amargosa PupfishCAInyoOld (Eagle) Borax Works on the west side of Death Valley1939 18090203 Death Valley-Lower Amargosafailed
29569 Amargosa pupfishCAInyoOwens Valley Native Fish Sanctuary (OVNFS)1984 18090201 Eureka-Saline Valleysestablished
160327 Amargosa pupfishCAMonoRiver Springs1940 18090101 Mono Lakeestablished
160323 Amargosa pupfishCARiverside"Shoreline Spring" near the northeastern end of Salton Sea only 0.7 mile from Dos Palmas Spring1939 18100204 Salton Seafailed
160316 Amargosa PupfishCASan Bernardinoreservoir on a ranch in Lucerne Valley1938 18100100 Southern Mojavefailed
160329 Amargosa pupfishCASan Bernardinoreservoir on a ranch in Lucerne Valley1941 18100100 Southern Mojavefailed
160324 Amargosa pupfishCASan Diegolower part of Sentenae Canyon, in San Felipe Creek, 12 miles east of Julian1939 18100203 San Felipe Creekfailed
39144 Amargosa PupfishNVClarkspring on the Las Vegas golf course1941 15010015 Las Vegas Washcollected
160326 Amargosa pupfishNVNyePahrump Ranch in Pahrump Valley1940 16060015 Ivanpah-Pahrump Valleysfailed
38779 Amargosa pupfishNVNyePahrump Ranch in Pahrump Valley1968 16060015 Ivanpah-Pahrump Valleysfailed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [1/28/2022].

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