Notropis rubricroceus
Notropis rubricroceus
(Saffron Shiner)
Fishes
Native Transplant

15 results for Notropis rubricroceus (Saffron Shiner)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
45030 VA New River drainage1991 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45203 VA North Fork New River [Location approximate, hand plotted]1969 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45197 VA New drainage, upper1963 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45201 VAGraysonBig Fox Creek system, VA, near the NC state line1963 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45199 VAGraysonBig Wilson Creek1971 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45205 VAGraysonElk Creek1969 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45202 VAGraysonFox Creek system, middle, near the NC state line1963 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45198 VAGraysonFox Creek system, VA, near the NC state line1963 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45204 VAGraysonHelton Creek1969 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45212 VAPulaskiPeak Creek1978 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45211 VAPulaskiPine Creek1983 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45207 VAWytheCripple Creek1978 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45208 VAWytheMill Creek [location approximate 2 Mills Creeks listed in county, picked one]1975 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45210 VAWytheReed Creek near Wytheville1994 05050001 Upper Newestablished
45209 VAWythe-CarrollShorts Creek1971 05050001 Upper Newestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2022]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/30/2022].

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