Myocastor coypus
Myocastor coypus
(nutria)
Mammals
Exotic

17 results for Myocastor coypus (nutria)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
253830 LACalcasieuSabine River, near Toomey1948 12010005 Lower Sabineestablished
242185 LADe SotoDe Soto Parish1960 12010004 Toledo Bend Reservoirestablished
242186 LASabineSabine Parish1960 12010004 Toledo Bend Reservoirestablished
250105 TXGreggGregg County1994 12010002 Middle Sabineestablished
250160 TXHarrisonHarrison County1994 12010002 Middle Sabineestablished
250159 TXHuntHunt County1994 12010001 Upper Sabineestablished
250192 TXNewtonNewton County1994 12010005 Lower Sabineestablished
242141 TXOrangeOrange County1958 12010005 Lower Sabineestablished
250103 TXOrangeOrange County1994 12010005 Lower Sabineestablished
250196 TXPanolaPanola County1994 12010002 Middle Sabineestablished
250200 TXRainsRains County1994 12010001 Upper Sabineestablished
250203 TXSabineSabine County1994 12010004 Toledo Bend Reservoirestablished
250092 TXShelbyShelby County1994 12010004 Toledo Bend Reservoirestablished
241907 TXSmithSmith County1950 12010002 Middle Sabineestablished
250106 TXSmithSmith County1994 12010002 Middle Sabineestablished
250210 TXVan ZandtVan Zandt County1994 12010001 Upper Sabineestablished
250213 TXWoodWood County1994 12010003 Lake Forkestablished

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