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Fish Species

Freshwater native and non-native fish species present currently and/or historically, determined from the PISCES database (Feb. 26, 2014).  Some species, such as salmon or steelhead, may no longer be present upstream of dams that lack fish passage.

Yes/No corresponds to California native species

Brook Trout

Salvelinus fontinalis
No

Thumbnail. Brook trout, captured in Lassen Creek, Modoc County, CA, on 8 July 2007. Photo by Dave Giordano

Channel Catfish

Ictalurus punctatus
No

Thumbnail. Channel catfish, caught in Nacimiento Reservoir in May 2008 by Teejay O'Rear. Photo by Amber Manfree.

Goose Lake Redband Trout

Oncorhynchus mykiss subspecies
Yes

Thumbnail. Rainbow trout, 18 cm (7”) long. Location: Deer Creek, California (Yuba River basin). Date: 6/21/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.

Goose Lake Tui Chub

Siphatales thalassinus thalassinus
Yes

Thumbnail. Tui chub, approximately 10 cm (4”) long. Date: 7/10/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.

Hardhead

Mylopharodon conocephalus
Yes

Thumbnail. Hardhead, adult, right side. Location: Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture, UC Davis. Date: 17 May 2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.

Northern (Pit) Roach

Lavinia mitrulus
Yes

Thumbnail. California roach. Captured from the Gualala River. Photo by Carl Page, ARS Consulting.

Pit River Tui Chub

Siphatales thalassinus subspecies
Yes

Thumbnail. Tui chub, approximately 10 cm (4”) long. Date: 7/10/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.

Sacramento Speckled Dace

Rhinichthys osculus subspecies
Yes

Thumbnail. Speckled dace, approximately 7 cm (3”) long. Date: 7/8/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.

Sacramento Sucker

Catostomus occidentalis occidentalis
Yes

Thumbnail. Sacramento sucker, adult, caught in Putah Creek, California on 26 June 2008 by Teejay O'Rear. Photo by Amber Manfree.

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