Notropis leuciodus
Notropis leuciodus
(Tennessee Shiner)
Fishes
Native Transplant

12 results for Notropis leuciodus (Tennessee Shiner)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
36960 NC Catawba drainage1991 03050101 Upper Catawbaestablished
36959 NC New drainage1991 05050001 Upper Newestablished
37212 NC New River drainage1991 05050001 Upper Newcollected
37242 NCAlleghanyCrab Creek at Wytheville, a Little River tributary, New drainage, NC1986 05050001 Upper Newcollected
1331145 NCAlleghanyCrab Creek, at NC 182013 05050001 Upper Newestablished
1331147 NCAlleghanyElk Creek, at SR 13412013 05050001 Upper Newestablished
1331148 NCAlleghanyGlade Creek, at SR 14221998 05050001 Upper Newestablished
1331149 NCAlleghanyGlade Creek, at SR 14222008 05050001 Upper Newestablished
1331166 NCAlleghanyGlade Creek, at SR 14222013 05050001 Upper Newestablished
37241 NCAlleghanyLittle River system, New drainage, NC1963 05050001 Upper Newcollected
1331196 NCAlleghanyPrathers Creek, off SR 13022008 05050001 Upper Newestablished
1331146 NCAsheCranberry Creek, at SR 16002008 05050001 Upper Newestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2019]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [12/8/2019].

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