Menidia beryllina
Menidia beryllina
(Inland Silverside)
Native Transplant

13 results for Menidia beryllina (Inland Silverside)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
610723 TXCrockettIndependence Creek & Pecos River on Chandler Ranch, 30 mi. SE of Sheffield.1974 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610460 TXCrockettPecos River 5 kilometers downstream of Independence Creek1979 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610724 TXCrockettPecos River at mouth of Independence Creek, 30 mi. SE of Sheffield.1976 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610726 TXTerrellIndependence Creek at confluence with Pecos River1987 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610725 TXTerrellIndependence Creek at confluence with Pecos River1988 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610722 TXTerrellIndependence Creek at confluence with Pecos River2000 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610721 TXTerrellPecos River at confluence with Independence Creek1987 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610729 TXVal VerdePecos River at Pandale2010 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610730 TXVal VerdePecos River at SH 20831987 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610732 TXVal VerdePecos River at SH 20831988 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610731 TXVal VerdePecos River at SH 20831988 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610728 TXVal VerdePecos River at SH 20831988 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished
610727 TXVal VerdePecos River at Texas Highway 1024, 26 miles north of Langtry2003 13070012 Lower Pecosestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/19/2024].

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