Luxilus cornutus
Luxilus cornutus
(Common Shiner)
Fishes
Native Transplant

10 results for Luxilus cornutus (Common Shiner)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
254707 MEHancockAcadia National Park, Mount Desert Island1998 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
254705 MEHancockAcadia National Park, Mount Desert Island1998 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
785537 MEHancockBubbl Brook, Acadia National Park1999 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
785536 MEHancockBubbl Brook, Acadia National Park2009 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
785539 MEHancockDuck Brook, Acadia National Park1999 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
785538 MEHancockDuck Brook, Acadia National Park2009 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
785540 MEHancockHadlock Connector, Acadia National Park2009 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
785541 MEHancockHeath Brook (West), Acadia National Park2009 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
785542 MEHancockJordan Feeder, Acadia National Park2009 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished
157526 MEHancock/KnoxAcadia National Park1999 01050002 Maine Coastalestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/5/2019].

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