Notropis hudsonius
Notropis hudsonius
(Spottail Shiner)
Fishes
Native Transplant

11 results for Notropis hudsonius (Spottail Shiner)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
292236 MTMcConeMissouri River(River Miles: 1,683 to 1,700)2006 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
292237 MTMcConeMissouri River(River Miles: 1,700 to 1,760)1996 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
264506 MTRooseveltMissouri River1996 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
264507 MTRooseveltMissouri River2002 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
289052 MTValleyFort Peck Dredge Cuts1990 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
289051 MTValleyFort Peck Dredge Cuts2006 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
289050 MTValleyFort Peck Dredge Cuts2011 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
292211 MTValleyMilk River(River Miles: 0 to 117)[Calculated using NHD+ v2.0 GIS dataset]2000 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
292238 MTValleyMissouri River(River Miles: 1,755.9 to 1,756.9)2002 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
289068 MTValleyNelson Dredge.1986 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished
289067 MTValleyNelson Dredge.1990 10060001 Prairie Elk-Wolfestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [8/25/2019].

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