Hypentelium etowanum
Hypentelium etowanum
(Alabama Hog Sucker)
Native Transplant

10 results for Hypentelium etowanum (Alabama Hog Sucker)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1523851 MSClarkeGorden Creek1947 03170002 Upper Chickasawhayunknown
1523857 MSCopiahnone given1948 03180003 Middle Pearl-Silverunknown
1523872 MSGeorgeBig Creek 11 mi. SW of Lucedale1948 03170006 Pascagoulaunknown
1523839 MSKemperPorterville-Townsend Road crossing2007 03160202 Sucarnoocheeunknown
1523842 MSLamarLittle Black Creek, on US 11, at Talowah, 4.7 miles N of Lumberton, [see georeference remarks]1976 03170007 Blackunknown
1523846 MSLauderdaleChewacla Creek, County road 71; 8 miles E.of Tuskegee2000 03160202 Sucarnoocheeunknown
1523848 MSLowndesSite 3, Catalpa Creek: T19N, R16E, Sec.28, NE1/4, SW1/41986 03160104 Tibbeeunknown
1523845 MSPerryThompson Creek at 422007 03170005 Lower Leafunknown
1523876 MSTishomingoClear Creek [near Oldgham Railroad crossing, off Hwy 72; 4.0 miles E of Iuka] T03S R11E 341949 06030006 Bearunknown
1523856 MSWarrenSkillikalia Bayou near Redwood School & MS Hwy 31951 08030208 Lower Yazoounknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/14/2024].

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