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Fluvius Innominatus

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Collection: Bodies of Water in Richmond, California, Rivers of California, Rivers of Contra Costa County, California
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Fluvius Innominatus

Fluvius Innominatus (Latin for: unnamed river) or Central Creek[1] is a creek in Richmond and El Cerrito, California in western Contra Costa County. There is one main source and a secondary unnamed tributary. The creek drains into Hoffman Marsh and then flows into the bay through Point Isabel Regional Shoreline's Hoffman Channel.[2] However before the area was developed and as early as 1899 the creek had 11 sources which stretched far higher into the Berkeley Hills.[3]


  1. ^ Save The Bay's "Creeks to the Bay" Restoration Vision for Eastshore State Park,, retrieved August 1, 2007
  2. ^ Museum of California
  3. ^ Museum of California

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