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Anonymous. 2012. Museum collection records of Xiphophorus variatus specimens from the United States. Downloaded from FishNet2 on 30 October 2012. http://www.fishnet2.net.
Reference Number: 24956
Date (year): 2012
Title:Museum collection records of Xiphophorus variatus specimens from the United States. Downloaded from FishNet2 on 30 October 2012.
Keywords: Xiphophorus variatus, UMMZ, UF
Xiphophorus variatus FL - pond in Gainesville off 24th St near UF FL - Roadside ditch along Nundy Ave .25 mi E of US HWY 41, Gibsonton. FL - Flemming Grant Rd 2.5 mi. S of Micco Rd, N prong of Sebastian Creek, Micco FL - Gainesville, U of Florida campus, creek behind FL State Museum on Newell Dr. MT - Bearmouth Springs. MT - Beaverhead Rock Pond FL - Canal L-15, 0.6 mile N of Lantana Road (St.Rte. 812) and 0.6 mile W of Military Trail (St.Rte. 809) FL - Sweetwater Branch between NE 9th Ave and NE 8th Ave, Gainesville FL - Graham Pond, University of Florida campus. FL - Graham Pond, University of Florida campus. FL - Outskirts of Gainesville in sewage ditch next to store selling tropical fish. FL - Lake Alice Creek FL - Unnamed creek on University of Florida campus behind Bartram and Carr Halls. FL - Hume Pond, S of Museum Dr, W of North-South Dr, W end of UF campus, Gainesville. FL - Graham Pond, University of Florida campus. FL - Hogtown Creek, ~250 m W of US Hwy 441, between NW 29th Rd and NW 23rd Blvd, Gainesville. FL - Branch of Hogtown Creek, northwest 31st Avenue (Route 120) near merge with NW 34th Street. FL - Unnamed creek on University of Florida campus behind Bartram and Carr Halls. FL - [Sweetwater Branch] Creek, flowing S from beneath E Univ Ave (St Hwy 26) to SE 4th Ave, between SE 3rd St and SE 4th St.
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