Cyprinodon salinus
Cyprinodon salinus
(Salt Creek Pupfish)
Fishes
Native Transplant

11 results for Cyprinodon salinus (Salt Creek Pupfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
160333 CAInyoDeep Springs Valley, east of Bishop in northern Inyo County1939 18090201 Eureka-Saline Valleysfailed
160334 CAInyoDeep Springs Valley, east of Bishop in northern Inyo County1940 18090201 Eureka-Saline Valleysfailed
1697511 CAInyoDeep Springs Valley, east of Bishop in northern Inyo County1940 18090201 Eureka-Saline Valleysfailed
160335 CAInyoone of the spring sources of the slough at Fish Springs, about 6 miles south of Big Pine in Owens Valley1940 18090102 Crowley Lakefailed
160336 CAMonoRiver Springs1940 18090101 Mono Lakeestablished
29459 CAMonoRiver Springs1980 18090101 Mono Lakeestablished
161096 CAMonoRiver Springs on the east side of Adobe Valley1945 18090101 Mono Lakeestablished
160330 CASan BernardinoSoda Lake, San Bernardino County, south of Baker1939 18090208 Mojaveestablished
160331 CASan BernardinoSoda Lake, San Bernardino County, south of Baker1939 18090208 Mojaveestablished
160332 CASan BernardinoSoda Lake, San Bernardino County, south of Baker1940 18090208 Mojaveestablished
29458 CASan BernardinoSoda Lake, San Bernardino County, south of Baker1980 18090208 Mojaveestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/27/2024].

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