Astyanax mexicanus
Astyanax mexicanus
(Mexican Tetra)
Native Transplant

10 results for Astyanax mexicanus (Mexican Tetra)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
549769 TXComalComal Springs2001 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
549814 TXComalGuadalupe River, New Braunfels, NE end of E Common Street1955 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
549859 TXDeWittBird's Creek at gravel road E Westhoff.1994 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
549712 TXDeWittGuadalupe River; reach 1.5 miles upstream of Sandies Creek upstream to power plant1991 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
1469438 TXGonzalesColorado River Hwy 183 bridge crossing, Austin to SH 71 bridge crossing, La Grange2017 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
1469426 TXGonzalesLake Wood2016 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
1469414 TXGuadalupeDunlap Reservoir2014 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
549784 TXGuadalupeGeronimo Creek; entire length2000 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
549798 TXGuadalupeGeronimo Creek; entire length2000 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished
549715 TXGuadalupeGeronimo Creek; north of Seguin at Haberle Road1988 12100202 Middle Guadalupeestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/16/2024].

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