Culaea inconstans
Culaea inconstans
(Brook Stickleback)
Native Transplant

292 results for Culaea inconstans (Brook Stickleback)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1711686 AB Astotin Lake near Sandy Beach1968   
1711701 AB Astotin Lake off Elk Island Beach1968   
1710835 AB Cardinal Lake off Lac Cardinal Recreation Area1969   
1711684 AB Cold Lake off Cold Lake Marina1952   
1711694 AB Corbett Creek south of Goose Lake1966   
1711695 AB Fish Lake near Fish Lake Provincial Recreation Area1969   
1711696 AB Goldeye Lake near Fish Lake Provincial Recreation Area1969   
1711071 AB Kananasksis Lake off the Kananasksis trail1969   
1710841 AB Little Fish Lake off Hands Hill Ecological Reserve1969   
1711688 AB Muir Lake off Muir Lake Rec Area and Township Rd 5401968   
1711685 AB Pine Lake within Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada1969   
1711692 AB Punk Creek near Keith and Conn Lake1965   
1711693 AB Redwater River drained from North Saskatchewan1970   
1710834 AB Sousa Creek within Zama Lake1969   
1711689 AB Spring Lake off Township Rd 5421968   
1711697 AB Stony Creek south of Bonnie Lake1970   
1711070 AB Summit Lake off Yellowhead Hwy1969   
1711690 AB Victor Lake off Victor Lk Rd1969   
1711687 AB Whitemud Creek off Whitemud Creek ravine lookout1963   
26306 AL Tennessee River in NW Alabama1956 06030005 Pickwick Lakefailed
26278 ALLauderdaleBig Butler Creek, trib. to Shoal Creek, near Puitton1956 06030005 Pickwick Lakefailed
26355 ALLauderdaleButler Creek, tributary to Shoal Creek, Lauderdale County, Tennessee drainage1956 06030005 Pickwick Lakefailed
1710832 BC Fish Creek in British Columbia between Peace River and Beatton River1969   
1710833 BC Hiding Creek connected to Redwillow River1969   
261092 CAHumboldt/DelNortKlamath River1996 18010209 Lower Klamathunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/24/2024].

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