Herichthys cyanoguttatus
Herichthys cyanoguttatus
(Rio Grande Cichlid)
Native Transplant

11 results for Herichthys cyanoguttatus (Rio Grande Cichlid)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1523144 TXBanderaSabinal River, 0.7 mi. W of jct. Hwys. 187 & 470.1974 12110106 Upper Friounknown
1523167 TXRealKent Creek just above confluence with West Frio River.1955 12110106 Upper Friounknown
1523164 TXRealWest Frio River just below mouth of Kent Creek.1955 12110106 Upper Friounknown
1523158 TXUvaldeDry Frio River at US Hwy. 83 bridge 25 mi. N Uvalde.1968 12110106 Upper Friounknown
1322578 TXUvaldeFrio River in Concan, TX.2016 12110106 Upper Friounknown
267201 TXUvaldeFrio River, 20 miles NW of Sabinal, 6 miles SSE of Garner State Park1953 12110106 Upper Friocollected
44323 TXUvaldeRio Frio in Concan, about 30 mi n of Uvalde2000 12110106 Upper Frioestablished
1523182 TXUvaldeRio Sabinal, 1 mi W Sabinal, (Frio River- Nueces River- Gulf of Mexico Dr.)1969 12110106 Upper Friounknown
1523197 TXUvaldeSabinal River2009 12110106 Upper Friounknown
1523115 TXUvaldeSabinal River at SW edge of Utopia, TX Hwy. 1050.1974 12110106 Upper Friounknown
1523146 TXZavalaLeona River at Hwy. 57 bridge in Batesville.1971 12110106 Upper Friounknown

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2020]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [10/27/2020].

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