Amia calva
Amia calva
Native Transplant

13 results for Amia calva (Bowfin)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
45037 VA a fee-fishing pond on a branch of No Business Creek, Walker Creek system1952 05050002 Middle Newfailed
45035 VA New River drainage1994 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45036 VA Roanoke drainage, upper1962 03010101 Upper Roanokeestablished
44975 VA Roanoke drainage, upper1980 03010101 Upper Roanokeestablished
268777 VA New drainage (Kanawha above the falls)1986 05050000 Kanawhaestablished
44974 VA New River in Middle New drainage1980 05050002 Middle Newestablished
45041 VABedfordSmith Mountain Lake (upper portion)1985 03010101 Upper Roanokecollected
274573 VAFloydFloyd County2010 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45038 VAFloydPine Creek, including Hatches Pond on Pine Creek, Little River system1965 05050001 Upper Newfailed
45043 VAMontgomerySouth Fork Roanoke River1994 03010101 Upper Roanokecollected
45039 VAPulaskiClaytor Lake1953 05050001 Upper Newfailed
45040 VAPulaskiClaytor Lake1994 05050001 Upper Newfailed
45042 VARoanokea tributary in the lowermost section of the Roanoke River in Salem, upper Roanoke drainage1994 03010101 Upper Roanokecollected

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [5/23/2024].

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