Menidia beryllina
Menidia beryllina
(Inland Silverside)
Native Transplant

9 results for Menidia beryllina (Inland Silverside)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
745078 TXTom Green(ECM87-11) BEN FICKLin LOW WAtER CROSSinG1987 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745053 TXTom Green(KTGK89-02) BEN FICKLin LOW WAtER CROSSinG bridge of BRYANT FORK; 1/6 MI ALONG stream1989 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745077 TXTom Green(SDD89-01) EQUALIZAH CHANNEL1989 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745060 TXTom GreenECM84-04: At Ben Ficklin Rd. (US Hwy 277/87), San Angelo1984 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745067 TXTom GreenECM84-22: At FM 388 in San Angelo, Glenmore Park1984 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745064 TXTom GreenECM84-28: impoundment of south Concho River, Angelo StAte University Lakehouse1984 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745068 TXTom GreenECM89-02: (Head of the River/Anson Springs) Head of the River Ranch, 4 km south of Christoval1989 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745069 TXTom GreenECM89-11: BEN FICKLin RD. CROSSinG/bridge TO 1/2 mile DOWNstream1989 12090102 South Conchoestablished
745070 TXTom GreenECM92-25: At BEN FICKLin1992 12090102 South Conchoestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/23/2024].

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