Trachemys scripta
Trachemys scripta
(Pond Slider)
Native Transplant

5 results for Trachemys scripta (Pond Slider)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1615160 Pond SliderFLCollier[No locality description provided]2019 03090204 Big Cypress Swampestablished
1617395 Red-eared SliderFLCollier[No locality description provided]2018 03090204 Big Cypress Swampestablished
1617436 Red-eared SliderFLCollier[No locality description provided]2019 03090204 Big Cypress Swampestablished
236916 Red-eared SliderFLCollierCollier County1991 03090204 Big Cypress Swampestablished
115892 Red-eared SliderFLCollierRt 41, between Ochopee and Monroe Station, Roadside Table1996 03090204 Big Cypress Swampunknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/20/2020].

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