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Florida Museum of Natural History. 2011. Collection records of Poecilia latipunctata, P. mexicana, P. reticulata, Xiphophorus hellerii, X. maculatus, and X. variatus. Provided by Rob Robins on 30 Aug 2011. Florida Museum of Natural History.
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Reference Number: 21076
Type: Database
Author: Florida Museum of Natural History.
Date (year): 2011
Title:Collection records of Poecilia latipunctata, P. mexicana, P. reticulata, Xiphophorus hellerii, X. maculatus, and X. variatus. Provided by Rob Robins on 30 Aug 2011.
Publisher:Florida Museum of Natural History
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Keywords: Poeciliidae, molly, swordtail
Fact Sheets and Specimens that use this Reference:

Poecilia mexicana

    NV - Hiko Spring in the Pharanagat Valley
    NV - Blue Point Spring outlet, Lake Mead National Recreation area at S.R. 41

Poecilia reticulata

    WY - Kelly Warm Spring, 1.6 km NNE of Kelly in Grand Teton National Park
    FL - Roadside ditch along Nundy Ave .25 mi E of US HWY 41, Gibsonton.
    HI - Oahu, artificial stream and pond on west side of Nuuanu Pali drive, adjacent to the Board of Water Supply building.
    HI - Oahu, Waiawa stream at Highway 99 (Kamehameha highway) bridge crossing.

Xiphophorus hellerii

    HI - Oahu, artificial stream and pond on west side of Nuuanu Pali drive, adjacent to the Board of Water Supply building.
    HI - Oahu, Kahawai Stream immediately downstream from Kalanianaole hwy (hwy 72) bridge in Waimanalo.


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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2014]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/25/2014].

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