Leuciscus idus
Leuciscus idus

20 results for Leuciscus idus (Ide)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
159666 AR state non-specific1894  failed
159668 CO state non-specific1894  failed
159671 FL state non-specific1894 03000000 South Atlantic-Gulf Regionfailed
159672 GA state non-specific1894 03000000 South Atlantic-Gulf Regionfailed
159674 IL state non-specific1894  failed
159675 IN state non-specific1894 05000000 Ohio Regionfailed
159676 KS state non-specific1894  failed
159678 LA state non-specific1894 Unknown or N/Afailed
159682 MA state non-specific1894 01000000 New England Regionfailed
159681 MD state non-specific1894 02000000 Mid Atlantic Regionfailed
159686 MN state non-specific1894  failed
159688 MO state non-specific1894  failed
159693 NC state non-specific1894  failed
159692 NJ state non-specific1894 02000000 Mid-Atlantic Regionfailed
159691 NY state non-specific1894 Unknown or N/Afailed
159694 OH state non-specific1894  failed
159695 PA state non-specific1894  failed
159696 TN state non-specific1894  failed
159697 TX state non-specific1894  failed
159698 VA state non-specific1894  failed

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/8/2022].

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