Danio rerio
Danio rerio
(zebra danio)

7 results for Danio rerio (zebra danio)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
28191 CA state non-specific1984 18000000 California Regionfailed
30995 CT Thames drainage1985 1100003 Thamesfailed
284810 FLHillsboroughroad-side ditch at Nundy Avenue, about 0.25 miles E of US RT 41 in Gibsonton1978 3100204 Alafiafailed
31851 FLPalm Beachcanal west of Lantana1974 3090206 Florida Southeast Coastfailed
38420 NM state non-specific1992  established
38290 NMSandovalMcCauley Spring1990 13020202 Jemezestablished
156902 NMSandovalMcCauley Spring2003 13020202 Jemezextirpated

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