Channa argus
Channa argus
(Northern Snakehead)

10 results for Channa argus (Northern Snakehead)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1340402 ARCrossditch [along Hwy 259 midway between Searcy and Memphis]2016 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1340403 ARCrossditch [SW corner of county, E of Second Creek]2016 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1337479 ARCrossFarm Ditch2015 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1340404 ARCrossfield, flooded [near Hwy 284]2016 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1340411 ARSt. Francisditch [along SFC 155]2016 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1337466 ARSt. FrancisFarm Ditch2015 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1469157 ARSt. FrancisPond2017 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1469176 ARSt. FrancisPond2017 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1340408 ARSt. Franciswetland [along SFC 255]2016 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished
1340409 ARWoodruffditch [along Penrose Road (CR 40)]2016 8020205 L'Anguilleestablished

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