Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris
Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris

16 results for Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (capybara)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
271889 FLAlachuabackwater approx 180 m south of the Santa Fe River and 150 m east of I-752009 03110206 Santa Feestablished
1735988 FLAlachuaOmitted by NAS1992 03110206 Santa Fe 
1735983 FLAlachuaOmitted by NAS2009 03110206 Santa Fe 
1736007 FLAlachuaOmitted by NAS2010 03110206 Santa Fe 
1736019 FLAlachuaOmitted by NAS2010 03110206 Santa Fe 
1735982 FLAlachuaOmitted by NAS2010 03110206 Santa Fe 
271890 FLAlachuaSanta Fe River, approx 500 m downstream of US-441, near High Springs2009 03110206 Santa Feestablished
261328 FLAlachuaSanta Fe River, near 1-75 [and Oleno State Park]2007 03110206 Santa Feestablished
261344 FLAlachuaSanta Fe River, near Brooker1990 03110206 Santa Feestablished
271888 FLColumbiaOleno State Park, N bank of Santa Fe River, approx 0.125 mi downstream of boat ramp at I-75.2009 03110206 Santa Feestablished
1735993 FLColumbiaOmitted by NAS2010 03110206 Santa Fe 
1735994 FLColumbiaOmitted by NAS2010 03110206 Santa Fe 
1736006 FLColumbiaOmitted by NAS2010 03110206 Santa Fe 
276695 FLColumbiaSanta Fe River at Three Rivers Estates, Ft. White2011 03110206 Santa Feestablished
271104 FLColumbiaSanta Fe River, I-75 just north of the bridge2010 03110206 Santa Feestablished
261345 FLUnioncanal in swamp close to the Santa Fe River near Lulu1995 03110206 Santa Feestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/24/2024].

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