Cyprinella venusta
Cyprinella venusta
(Blacktail Shiner)
Native Transplant

12 results for Cyprinella venusta (Blacktail Shiner)
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Specimen IDCommon NameStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
32479 eastern blacktail shinerGAMonroeTowaliga River above High Falls Lake, piedmont portions, Ocmulgee River drainage1988 03070103 Upper Ocmulgeeestablished
36153 Blacktail ShinerMO Cedar Creek below Stockton Reservoir1986 10290106 Sacestablished
36151 Blacktail ShinerMOCedarStockton Reservoir in SW Missouri1986 10290106 Sacestablished
36152 Blacktail ShinerMOSt. ClairBrush Creek below Stockton Reservoir1983 10290106 Sacestablished
159727 Blacktail ShinerNV state non-specific2001  failed
39320 Blacktail ShinerNVClarkVirgin River at Bunkerville Rd crossing, approx. 3 miles ne of Bunkerville1968 15010010 Lower Virginestablished
38656 Blacktail ShinerNVClarkVirgin River near Bunkerville1968 15010010 Lower Virgincollected
38728 Blacktail ShinerNVClarkVirgin River, downstream portions1968 15010005 Lake Meadcollected
42977 Blacktail ShinerTN Kentucky Lake [Tennessee River]1993 06040005 Kentucky Lakeestablished
1469514 Blacktail ShinerTXEastlandCisco reservoir2017 12060105 Hubbardestablished
275223 Blacktail ShinerTXEl Paso-Hudspethupper Rio Grande Basin1986 13040100 Rio Grande-Fort Quitmancollected
1469502 Blacktail ShinerTXStephensHubbard Creek Reservoir2016 12060105 Hubbardestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [7/12/2024].

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