Labidesthes sicculus
Labidesthes sicculus
(Brook Silverside)
Fishes
Native Transplant

12 results for Labidesthes sicculus (Brook Silverside)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
260967 NY Hudson River, tidal region1991 02030101 Lower Hudsoncollected
610395 NYMadisonOneida Lake, Shackelton Point (Exposed Cove)2008 04140202 Oneidaestablished
610396 NYMadisonOneida Lake, Shackelton Point (sheltered Cove)2008 04140202 Oneidaestablished
260963 NYMontgomeryMohawk River at the mouth of Schoharie Creek1935 02020004 Mohawkfailed
260964 NYMontgomeryMohawk River at the mouth of Schoharie Creek1996 02020004 Mohawkestablished
260965 NYOswegoOneida Lake at the mouth of the Barge Canal (west end of the lake)1983 04140202 Oneidaestablished
1524259 NYSaratogaChamplain Canal2008 02020003 Hudson-Hoosicestablished
260966 NYSchenectadyCollins Lake1996 02020004 Mohawkcollected
1524262 NYSt. LawrenceGrass River1997 04150304 Grassestablished
274843 NYUlsterHudson River at buoy 37, Tivoli North Bay2001 02020006 Middle Hudsonestablished
274842 NYUlsterHudson River at buoy 37, Tivoli North Bay2004 02020006 Middle Hudsonestablished
274841 NYUlsterHudson River at buoy 37, Tivoli North Bay2007 02020006 Middle Hudsonestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/26/2020].

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