Heniochus diphreutes
Heniochus diphreutes
(pennant coralfish)
Marine Fishes

11 results for Heniochus diphreutes (pennant coralfish)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1677772 HIHawaiiKailua-Kona, HI, USA2007 20010000 Hawaii 
1677789 HIHonoluluHonolulu County, HI, USA2015 20060000 Oahu 
1677802 HIHonoluluHonolulu County, HI, USA2017 20060000 Oahu 
1671797 HIHonoluluHonolulu County, HI, USA2018 20060000 Oahu 
1672644 HIHonoluluHonolulu County, US-HI, US2019 32515200 Hawaii 
1678342 HIHonoluluHonolulu, Hawaii, United States2019 20060000 Oahu 
1670958 HIKauaiLehua Islet, Kauai County, HI, USA2012 32515200 Hawaii 
1677888 HIMauiKa'anapali, Maui, Hawai'i, USA2016 20020000 Maui 
1678318 HIMauiMaui County, US-HI, US2019 20020000 Maui 
1671760 HIMauiMolokini Islet, Maui County, HI, USA2017 20020000 Maui 
1671334 HIMauiWailea-Makena, Maui County, HI, USA2010 32515200 Hawaii 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/2/2023].

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