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
242222 ALBaldwinBaldwin County1956 03140107 Perdido Bayestablished
1614117 FLEscambia[No locality description provided]2019 03140107 Perdido Bayestablished
242219 FLEscambiaEscambia County1956 03140105 Pensacola Bayestablished
236861 FLEscambiaEscambia County1963 03140106 Perdidoestablished
1735116 FLEscambiaOmitted by NAS2016 03140105 Pensacola Bayunknown
1735124 FLEscambiaOmitted by NAS2017 03140107 Perdido Bayunknown
1735177 FLEscambiaOmitted by NAS2019 03140107 Perdido Bayunknown
1735363 FLEscambiaOmitted by NAS2023 03140107 Perdido Bayunknown
1548300 FLEscambiaPerdido Key, FL2019 03140107 Perdido Bayunknown
47265 FLOkaloosaNorth Choctawhatchee Bay1957 03140102 Choctawhatchee Bayestablished
242216 FLOkaloosaOkaloosa County1956 03140103 Yellowestablished
236867 FLOkaloosaOkaloosa County1963 03140103 Yellowestablished
242220 FLSanta RosaSanta Rosa County1956 03140104 Blackwaterestablished
236869 FLSanta RosaSanta Rosa County1963 03140104 Blackwaterestablished
47266 FLWaltonEast Choctawhatchee Bay1957 03140102 Choctawhatchee Bayestablished
1735133 FLWaltonOmitted by NAS2019 03140102 Choctawhatchee Bayunknown
236870 FLWaltonWalton County1963 03140102 Choctawhatchee Bayestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/25/2024].

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