Eleutherodactylus campi
Eleutherodactylus campi
(Rio Grande Chirping Frog)
Native Transplant

11 results for Eleutherodactylus campi (Rio Grande Chirping Frog)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1714008 NCCumberlandFayetteville, NC2023 03030004 Upper Cape Fearestablished
39 TXBexarSan Antonio1991 12100301 Upper San Antonioestablished
1241516 TXColoradoBrushy Creek at Zimmerscheidt Road2015 12090301 Lower Colorado-Cumminsunknown
1523762 TXGalveston[Laffite's Cove Nature Society]2017 12040204 West Galveston Bayestablished
1523785 TXGalvestonGalveston County, US-TX, US [Jibstay Court]2017 12040204 West Galveston Bayestablished
1523784 TXHarris[Braeswood Blvd, Houston, TX 77071, USA]2017 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
1523783 TXHarris[Lakeville Dr, Kingwood, TX 77339, USA]2017 12040101 West Fork San Jacintoestablished
38 TXHarrisHouston1991 12040104 Buffalo-San Jacintoestablished
217 TXNuecesMustang Island, Port Aransas, grounds of the University of Texas Marine Institute, beneath dormitory A1992 12110202 South Corpus Christi Bayestablished
201 TXNuecesMustang Island, Port Aransas, grounds of the University of Texas Marine Science Institute, at load dock beside security office1992 12110202 South Corpus Christi Bayestablished
1673488 TXTravis[No locality description provided]2019 12090205 Austin-Travis Lakes 

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2024]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [4/15/2024].

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